My friends, I beg that you will give me your attention while I relate the adventures
of my second voyage, which you will find even more astonishing than the first.
We now take up the adventures
of this first detachment of trappers.
Behind these words we use--the adventure
, the novel, the drama, the romance, the situation, in short, as we most comprehensively say--behind them all stands the same sharp fact which they all in their different ways represent.
That is a pretty story, and the end shows how grateful a bird can be; but if we tell it we must also tell the whole adventure
of the lagoon, which would of course be telling two adventures
rather than just one.
So here she is again, as sweet and gentle and innocent as ever, I hope, and the heroine of another strange adventure
They wrote many letters asking if the Historian did not know of some adventures
to write about that had happened before the Land of Oz was shut out from all the rest of the world.
The finding of the telegraph-instrument practically assured me that David Innes had driven Perry's iron mole back through the earth's crust to the buried world of Pellucidar; but what adventures
had befallen him since his return?
So now, after all its adventures
, having been found, we shall never know where, by a gentleman in the days of Queen Elizabeth, having lain on his bookshelves unknown and unread for a hundred years and more, having been nearly destroyed by fire, having been still further destroyed by neglect, Beowulf at last came to its own, and is now carefully treasured in a glass case in the British Museum, where any one who cared about it may go to look at it.
Miss Cecily King contributes a thrilling article of adventure
Tarzan was a bit puzzled, too, that he felt no desire to rush frantically to some place of safety, as had been the sensation most conspicuous in the other of his new and remarkable adventures
The frank, grey eyes, the little nose, turning pertly outward; the chestnut hair, curling like the tendrils of a pea vine, seemed the right end and reward of all his wonderful adventures
Veslovsky sang songs and related with enjoyment his adventures
with the peasants, who had regaled him with vodka, and said to him, "Excuse our homely ways," and his night's adventures
with kiss-in-the-ring and the servant-girl and the peasant, who had asked him was he married, and on learning that he was not, said to him, "Well, mind you don't run after other men's wives--you'd better get one of your own.