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Author:unknow

Language: eng

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ISBN: 9784770019578

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Publisher: Kodansha USA

Published: 1975-01-02T00:00:00+00:00

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The Gate

Jōtarō thought their next move would be to get out of the quarter without being detected.

“Going this way will take us to the main gate,” he said. “That would be dangerous.”

 

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Author:unknow

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: @beletristică

ISBN: 9784770019578

Google: FWNor84X_vQC

Amazon: 4770019572

Publisher: Kodansha USA

Published: 1975-01-02T00:00:00+00:00
The Gate

Jōtarō thought their next move would be to get out of the quarter without being detected.

“Going this way will take us to the main gate,” he said. “That would be dangerous.”

“Mm.”

“There must be another way out.”

“Aren’t all the entrances except the main one closed at night?” “We could climb the wall.”

“That would be cowardly. I do have a sense of honor, you know, as well as a reputation to maintain. I’ll walk straight out the main entrance, when the time is right.”

“You will?” Though uneasy, the boy didn’t argue, for he was well aware that according to the rules of the military class, a man without pride was worthless.

“Of course,” replied Musashi. “But not you. You’re still a child. You can go out some safer way.”

“How?”

“Over the wall.”

“By myself?”

“By yourself.”

“I can’t do that.”

“Why not?”

“I’d be called a coward.”

“Don’t be foolish. They’re after me, not you.”

“But where will we meet?”

“The Yanagi Riding Grounds.”

“You’re sure you’ll come?”

“Absolutely.”

“Promise you won’t run off again?”

“I won’t run away. One of the things I don’t intend to teach you is lying. I said I’ll meet you, and I will. Now, while nobody’s around, let’s get you over the wall.”

Jōtarō looked about cautiously before making a run for the wall, where he stopped dead, looking wistfully upward. It was more than double his height. Musashi joined him, carrying a sack of charcoal. He dropped the sack and peered through a crack in the wall.

“Can you see anyone out there?” Jōtarō asked.

“No; nothing but rushes. There may be water underneath, so you’ll have to be careful when you land.”

“I don’t care about getting wet, but how am I going to get to the top of this wall?”

Musashi ignored the question. “We have to assume guards have been stationed at strategic points besides the main gate. Take a good look around before you jump, or you may find a sword pointed at you.”

“I understand.”

“I’ll throw this charcoal over the wall as a decoy. If nothing happens, you can go ahead.”

He stooped and Jōtarō jumped onto his back. “Stand on my shoulders.” “My sandals are dirty.”

“Never mind.”

Jōtarō hoisted himself to a standing position.

“Can you reach the top?”

“No.”

“If you jumped, could you make it?”

“I don’t think so.”

“All right; stand on my hands.” He stretched his arms straight above his head.

“I’ve got it!” Jōtarō said in a loud whisper.

Musashi took the sack of charcoal in one hand and lobbed it as high as he could. It thudded into the rushes. Nothing happened.

“There’s no water here,” Jōtarō reported after he jumped down. “Take care of yourself.”

Musashi kept one eye to the crack until he could no longer hear Jōtarō’s footsteps, then walked quickly and lightheartedly to the busiest of the main alleys. None of the many revelers milling about paid any attention to him.

When he went out the main gate, the Yoshioka men uttered a collective gasp, and all eyes focused on him. Besides the guards at the gate, there were samurai squatting around the bonfires where the palanquin bearers passed the

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