作者:(英) 路易斯 著

內容簡介:故事發生在彼得、蘇珊、愛德蒙和露茜統治納尼亞的時期。一天,少年沙斯塔發現自己將被他的養父賣給一個兇惡的卡樂門貴族為奴隸。夜里,他和貴族的戰馬布里一起逃跑。布里原是納尼亞會說話的馬。沙斯塔和它一起逃往納尼亞。途中,他們遇到了貴族少女阿拉維斯和她會說話的母馬赫溫。阿拉維斯是為了不滿包辦婚姻而逃跑的。于是他們四個便結伴而行。途中,他們歷盡艱險,還得知卡樂門王子拉巴達什在向蘇珊女王求婚被拒之后,試圖突襲阿欽蘭的安瓦德城,然后再進攻納尼亞。在獅王阿斯蘭的幫助下,他們騎馬飛奔報信,最后,沙斯塔拯救了納尼亞和阿欽蘭。勝利后,他發現自己是阿欽蘭王子,原名科奧,自幼被居心不良的叛徒偷走,后被漁夫所撫養。他后來繼承了阿欽蘭王位,并與阿拉維斯結婚。

能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER ONE HOW SHASTA SET OUT ON HIS TRAVELS2012-02-17
THIS is the story of an adventure that happened in Narnia and Calormen and the lands between, in the Golden Age when Peter was High King in Narnia and his brother and his two sisters were King and Queens under him.
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER TWO A WAYSIDE ADVENTURE2012-02-16
Good morning, small one, said Bree. I was afraid you might feel a bit stiff. It can't be the falls. You didn't have more than a dozen or so, and it was all lovely, soft springy turf that must have been almost a pleasure to fall on.
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER THREE AT THE GATES OF TASHBAAN2012-02-16
Mr name, said the girl at once, is Aravis Tarkheena and I am the only daughter of Kidrash Tarkaan, the son of Rishti Tarkaan, the son of Kidrash Tarkaan, the son of Ilsombreh Tisroc, the son of Ardeeb Tisroc who was descended in a right line from the god
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER FOUR SHASTA FALLS IN WITH THE NARNIANS2012-02-15
AT first Shasta could see nothing in the valley below him but a sea of mist with a few domes and pinnacles rising from it; but as the light increased and the mist cleared away he saw more and more.
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER FIVE PRINCE CORIN2012-02-15
MY dear sister and very good Lady, said King Edmund, you must now show your courage. For I tell you plainly we are in no small danger.
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER SIX SHASTA AMONG THE TOMBS2012-02-14
SHASTA ran lightly along the roof on tiptoes. It felt hot to his bare feet. He was only a few seconds scrambling up the wall at the far end and when he got to the corner he found himself looking down into a narrow, smelly street, and there was a rubbish h
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER SEVEN ARAVIS IN TASHBAAN2012-02-14
WHAT had really happened was this. When Aravis saw Shasta hurried away by the Narnians and found herself alone with two horses who (very wisely) wouldn't say a word, she never lost her head even for a moment.
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER EIGHT IN THE HOUSE OF THE TISROC2012-02-13
OH-my-father-and-oh-the-delight-of-my-eyes, began the young man, muttering the words very quickly and sulkily and not at all as if the Tisroc were the delight of his eyes.
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER NINE ACROSS THE DESERT2012-02-13
Hove dreadful! How perfectly dreadful! whimpered Lasaraleen. Oh darling, I am so frightened. I'm shaking all over. Feel me.
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER TEN THE HERMIT OF THE SOUTHERN MARCH2012-02-08
AFTER they had ridden for several hours down the valley, it widened out and they could see what was ahead of them. The river which they had been following here joined a broader river, wide and turbulent, which flowed from their left to their right, toward
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER ELEVEN THE UNWELCOME FELLOW TRAVELLER2012-02-08
WHEN Shasta went through the gate he found a slope of grass and a little heather running up before him to some trees. He had nothing to think about now and no plans to make: he had only to run, and that was quite enough.
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER TWELVE SHASTA IN NARNIA2012-02-07
WAS it all a dream? wondered Shasta. But it couldn't have been a dream for there in the grass before him he saw the deep, large print of the Lion's front right paw.
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER THIRTEEN THE FIGHT AT ANVARD2012-02-07
By about eleven o'clock the whole company was once more on the march, riding westward with the mountains on their left. Corin and Shasta rode right at the rear with the Giants immediately in front of them.
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER FOURTEEN HOW BREE BECAME A WISER HORSE2012-02-06
WE must now return to Aravis and the Horses. The Hermit, watching his pool, was able to tell them that Shasta was not killed or even seriously wounded, for he saw him get up and saw how affectionately he was greeted by King Lune.
能言馬與男孩:CHAPTER FIFTEEN RABADASH THE RIDICULOUS2012-02-06
THE next turn of the road- brought them out from among the trees and there, across green lawns, sheltered from the north wind by the high wooded ridge at its back, they saw the castle of Anvard. It was very old and built of a warm, reddish-brown stone.

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