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CHAPTER 49. On The Seven Stars Altar, Zhuge Liang Sacrifices To The Winds; At Three Gorges, Zhou Yu Liberates The Fire.

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In the last chapter Zhou Yu was seized with
sudden illness as he watched the fleets of his
enemy. He was borne to his tent, and his officers
came in multitudes to inquire after him. They looked
at each other, saying, “What a pity our general
should be taken ill when Cao Cao’s legions threaten
so terribly! What would happen if Cao Cao
attacked?”
Messengers with the evil tidings were sent to Sun
Quan, while the physicians did their best for the
invalid. Lu Su was particularly sad at the illness of
his patron and went to see Zhuge Liang to talk it
over.
“What do you make of it?” said Zhuge Liang.
“Good luck for Cao Cao; bad for us,” said Lu Su.
“I could cure him,” said Zhuge Liang laughing.
“If you could, Wu would be very fortunate,” said
Lu Su.
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Lu Su prayed Zhuge Liang to go to see the sick
man. They went, and Lu Su entered first. Zhou Yu
lay in bed, his head covered by a quilt.
“How are you, General?” said Lu Su.
“My heart pains me; every now and again I feel
faint and dizzy.”
“Have you taken any remedies?”
“My gorge rises at the thought; I could not.”
“I saw Zhuge Liang just now, and he says he
could heal you. He is just outside, and I will call him if
you like.”
“Ask him to come in.”
Zhou Yu bade his servants help him to a sitting
position, and Zhuge Liang entered.
“I have not seen you for days,” said Zhuge Liang.
“How could I guess that you were unwell?”
“How can any one feel secure? We are constantly
the playthings of luck, good or bad.”
“Yes; Heaven’s winds and clouds are not to be
measured. No one can reckon their comings and
goings, can they?”
Zhou Yu turned pale and a low groan escaped
him, while his visitor went on, “You feel depressed,
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do you not? As though troubles were piling up in
your heart?”
“That is exactly how I feel.”
“You need cooling medicine to dissipate this
sense of oppression.”
“I have taken a cooling draught, but it has done
no good.”
“You must get the humors into good order before
the drugs will have any effect.”
Zhou Yu began to think Zhuge Liang knew what
was really the matter and resolved to test him.
“What should be taken to produce a favorable
temper?” said Zhou Yu.
“I know one means of producing a favorable
temper,” replied Zhuge Liang.
“I wish you would tell me.”
Zhuge Liang got out writing materials, sent away
the servants, and then wrote a few words:
“To burn out the fleet
Of Cao Cao;
All are in your wish,
Except winds from the east.”
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This he gave to the sick general, saying, “That is
the origin of your illness.”
Zhou Yu read the words with great surprise, and it
confirmed his secret opinion that Zhuge Liang really
was rather more than human. He decided that the
only course was to be open and tell him all.
So he said, “Since you know the cause of the
disease, what do you recommend as treatment? The
need of a remedy is very urgent.”
“I have no great talent,” said Zhuge Liang, “but I
have had to do with humans of no ordinary gifts from
whom I have received certain magical books called
Concealing Method. I can call the winds and
summon the rains. Since you need a southeast
breeze, General, you must build an altar on the
Nanping Mountains, the Altar of the Seven Stars. It
must be nine spans high, with three steps,
surrounded by a guard of one hundred and twenty
humans bearing flags. On this altar I will work a spell
to procure a strong southeast gale for three days and
three nights. Do you approve?”
“Never mind three whole days;” said Zhou Yu,
“one day of strong wind will serve my purpose. But it
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must be done at once and without delay.”
“I will sacrifice for a wind for three days from the
twentieth day of the moon; will that suit you?”
Zhou Yu was delighted and hastily rose from his
couch to give the necessary orders. He commanded
that five hundred men should be sent to the
mountains to build the altar, and he told off the guard
of one hundred and twenty to bear the flags and be
at the orders of Zhuge Liang.
Zhuge Liang took his leave, went forth, and rode
off with Lu Su to the mountains where they
measured out the ground. He bade the soldiers build
the altar of red earth from the southeast quarter. It
was two hundred and forty spans in circuit, square in
shape, and of three tiers, each of three spans, in all
nine spans high. On the lowest tier he placed the
flags of the twenty−eight “houses” of the heavens
and four constellations; on the east seven, with blue
flags; on the north seven, with black flags; on the
west seven, with white flags; and on the south
seven, with red flags. Around the second tier he
placed sixty−four yellow flags, corresponding to the
number of the diagrams of the Book of Divination, in
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eight groups of eight. Four men were stationed on
the highest platform, each wearing a Taoist
headdress and a black silk robe embroidered with
the phoenix and confined with wide sashes. They
wore scarlet boots and square−cut skirts. On the left
front stood a man supporting a tall pole bearing at its
top a plume of light feathers to show by their least
movement the wind’s first breathing. On the right
front was a man holding a tall pole whereon was a
flag with the symbol of the seven stars to show the
direction and force of the wind. On the left rear stood
a man with a sword, and on the right rear a man with
a censer. Below the altar were forty−four men
holding flags, umbrellas, spears, lances, yellow
banners, white axes, red banderoles, and black
ensigns. And these were spaced about the altar.
On the appointed day Zhuge Liang, having
chosen a propitious moment, bathed his body and
purified himself. Then he robed himself as a Taoist,
loosened his locks, and approached the altar.
He bade Lu Su retire, saying, “Return to the camp
and assist the General in setting out his forces.
Should my prayers avail not, do not wonder.”
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So Lu Su left him. Then Zhuge Liang commanded
the guards on no account to absent themselves, to
maintain strict silence, and to be reverent; death
would be the penalty of disobedience.
Next, with solemn steps he ascended the altar,
faced the proper quarter, lighted the incense, and
sprinkled the water in the basins. This done he
gazed into the heavens and prayed silently. The
prayer ended he descended and returned to his tent.
After a brief rest he allowed the soldiers by turns to
go away to eat.
Thrice that day he ascended the altar and thrice
descended; but there was no sign of the wind.
During that time, Zhou Yu, with Cheng Pu and Lu
Su and other military officials on duty, sat waiting in
the tent till the wished−for wind should blow and the
attack could be launched. Messengers were also
sent to Sun Quan to prepare to support the forward
movement.
Huang Gai had his fire ships ready, twenty of
them. The fore parts of the ships were thickly
studded with large nails, and they were loaded with
dry reeds, wood soaked in fish oil, and covered with
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sulfur, saltpeter, and other inflammables. The ships
were covered in with black oiled cloth. In the prow of
each was a black dragon flag with indentations. A
fighting ship was attached to the stern of each to
propel it forward. All were ready and awaited orders
to move.
Meanwhile Cao Cao’s two spies, Cai He and Cai
Zhong, were being guarded carefully in an outer
camp far from the river bank and daily entertained
with feasting. They were not allowed to know of the
preparations. The watch was so close that not a
trickle of information reached the prisoners.
Presently, while Zhou Yu was anxiously awaiting
in his tent for the desired wind, a messenger came to
say that Sun Quan had anchored at a place thirty
miles from the camp, where he awaited news from
the Commander−in−Chief.
Lu Su was sent to warn all the various
commanders to be ready, the ships and their
weapons, sails and oars, all for instant use, and to
impress upon them the penalties of being caught
unprepared. The soldiers were indeed ready for the
fight and yearning for the fray. But the sky remained
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obstinately clear, and as night drew nigh no breath of
air stirred.
“We have been cajoled,” said Zhou Yu. “Indeed
what possibility is there of a southeast wind in
midwinter?”
“Zhuge Liang would not use vain and deceitful
words,” replied Lu Su.
Towards the third watch, the sound of a
movement arose in the air. Soon the flags fluttered
out. And when the Commander−in−Chief went out to
make sure, he saw they were flowing toward the
northwest. In a very short time the southeast wind
was in full force.
Zhou Yu was, however, frightened at the power of
the man whose help he had invoked.
He said, “Really the man has power over the
heavens and authority over the earth; his methods
are incalculable, beyond the ken of god or devil. He
cannot be allowed to live to be a danger to our land
of the south. We must slay him soon to fend off later
evils.”
So Zhou Yu resolved to commit a crime to
remove his dangerous rival. He called two of the
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generals of his guard, Ding Feng and Xu Sheng, and
said to them, “Each of you take a party of one
hundred troops, one along the river, the other along
the road, to the altar on the mountains. As soon as
you get there, without asking questions or giving
reasons, you are to seize and behead Zhuge Liang.
Rich reward will be given when you bring his head
back.”
Xu Sheng and Ding Feng went off on their errand,
the former leading dagger and ax−men going as fast
as oars could propel them along the river, the latter
at the head of archers and bowmen on horseback.
The southeast wind buffeted them as they went on
their way.
High was raised the Seven Stars Altar,
On it prayed the Sleeping−Dragon
For an eastern wind, and straightway
Blew the wind. Had not the wizard
Exercised his mighty magic
Nought had Zhou Yu’s skill availed.
Ding Feng first arrived. He saw the guards with
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their flags, dropped off his steed, and marched to the
altar, sword in hand. But he found no Zhuge Liang.
He asked the guards; they told him, saying, “He has
just gone down.”
Ding Feng ran down the hill to search. There he
met his fellow Xu Sheng, and they joined forces.
Presently a simple soldier told them, saying, “The
evening before a small, fast boat anchored there
near a sand spit, and Zhuge Liang was seen to go
on board. Then the boat went up river.”
So Xu Sheng and Ding Feng divided their party
into two, one to go by water, the other by land.
Xu Sheng bade his boatmen put on all sail and
take every advantage of the wind. Before very long
he saw the fugitive’s boat ahead, and when near
enough, stood in the prow of his own and shouted,
“Do not flee, O Instructor of the Army! The General
requests your presence.”
Zhuge Liang, who was seated in the stern of his
boat, just laughed aloud, saying, “Return and tell the
General to make good use of his soldiers. Tell him I
am going up river for a spell and will see him again
another day.” “Pray wait a little while,” cried Xu
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Sheng. “I have something most important to tell you.”
“I knew all about it, that Zhou Yu would not let me
go and that he wanted to kill me. That is why Zhao
Yun was waiting for me. You would better not
approach nearer.”
Seeing the other ship had no sail, Xu Sheng
thought he would assuredly come up with it and so
maintained the pursuit.
Then when he got too close, Zhao Yun fitted an
arrow to the bowstring and, standing up in the stern
of his boat, cried, “You know who I am, and I came
expressly to escort the Directing Instructor. Why are
you pursuing him? One arrow would kill you, only
that would cause a breach of the peace between two
houses. I will shoot and just give you a specimen of
my skill.”
With that he shot, and the arrow whizzed
overhead cutting the rope that held up the sail. Down
came the sail trailing in the water and the boat
swung round. Then Zhao Yun’s boat hoisted its sail,
and the fair wind speedily carried it out of sight.
On the bank stood Ding Feng. He bade his
comrade come to the shore and said, “Zhuge Liang
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is too clever for any one; and Zhao Yun is bravest of
the brave. You remember what he did at Dangyang,
at the Long Slope Bridge. All we can do is to return
and report.”
So they returned to camp and told their master
about the preparations that Zhuge Liang had made
to ensure safety. Zhou Yu was indeed puzzled at the
depth of his rival’s insight.
“I shall have no peace day or night while he lives,”
said Zhou Yu.
“At least wait till Cao Cao is done with,” said Lu
Su.
And Zhou Yu knew Lu Su spoke wisely.
Having summoned the leaders to receive orders,
first Zhou Yu gave orders to Gan Ning: “Take with
you the false deserter Cai Zhong and his soldiers,
and go along the south bank, showing the flags of
Cao Cao, till you reach the Black Forest just opposite
the enemy’s main store of grain and forage. Then
you are to penetrate as deeply as possible into the
enemy’s lines and light a torch as a signal. Cai He is
to be kept in camp for another purpose.”
The next order was: “Taishi Ci is to lead two
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thousand troops as quickly as possible to
Huangzhou and cut the enemy’s communications
with Hefei. When near the enemy, he is to give a
signal; and if he sees a red flag, he will know that our
lord, Sun Quan, is at hand with reinforcements.”
Gan Ning and Taishi Ci had the farthest to go and
started first. Then Lu Meng was sent into the Black
Forest with three thousand troops as a support to
Gan Ning who was ordered to set fire to Cao Cao’s
depot.
A fourth party of three thousand troops was led by
Ling Tong to the borders of Yiling and attack as soon
as the signal from the forest was seen. A fifth party
of three thousand under Dong Xi went to Hanyang to
fall upon the enemy along the River Han. Their
signal was a white flag; and a sixth division of three
thousand commanded by Pan Zhang would support
them.
When these six parties had gone off. Huang Gai
got ready his fire ships and sent a soldier with a note
to tell Cao Cao that he was coming over that
evening. Four naval squadrons were told off to
support Huang Gai. The four squadrons, each of
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three hundred ships, were placed under four
commanders: Han Dang, Zhou Tai, Jiang Qin, and
Chen Wu. Twenty fire ships preceded each fleet.
Zhou Yu and Cheng Pu went on board one of the
large ships to direct the battle. Their guards were
Ding Feng and Xu Sheng. Lu Su, Kan Ze, and the
advisers were left to guard the camp. Cheng Pu was
greatly impressed with Zhou Yu’s ordering of the
grand attack.
Then came a messenger bearing a mandate from
Sun Quan making Lu Xun Leader of the Van. He
was ordered to go to Qichun. Sun Quan himself
would support Lu Xun. Zhou Yu also sent a unit to
the Western Hills to make signals and to hoist flags
on the Nanping Mountains.
So all being prepared they waited for dusk.
Liu Bei was at Xiakou anxiously awaiting the
return of his adviser. Then appeared a fleet, led by
Liu Qi, who had come to find out how matters were
progressing. Liu Bei sent to call him to the battle
tower and said, “The southeast wind had begun to
blow, and that Zhao Yun had gone to meet Zhuge
Liang.”
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Not long after a single sail was seen coming up
before the wind, and Liu Bei knew it was Zhuge
Liang, the Directing Instructor of the Army.
So Liu Bei and Liu Qi went down to meet the
boat. Soon the vessel reached the shore, and Zhuge
Liang and Zhao Yun disembarked.
Liu Bei was very glad, and after they had inquired
after each other’s well−being, Zhuge Liang said,
“There is no time to tell of any other things now. Are
the soldiers and ships ready?”
“They have long been ready,” replied Liu Bei.
“They only await you to direct how they are to be
used.”
The three then went to the tent and took their
seats. Zhuge Liang at once began to issue orders:
“Zhao Yun, with three thousand troops is to cross the
river and go to the Black Forest by the minor road.
He will choose a dense jungle and prepare an
ambush. Tonight, after the fourth watch, Cao Cao
will hurry along that way. When half his troops have
passed, the jungle is to be fired. Cao Cao will not be
wholly destroyed but many will perish.”
“There are two roads,” said Zhao Yun. “One leads
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to the southern regions and the other to Jingzhou. I
do not know by which he will come.”
“The south road is too dangerous; Cao Cao will
certainly pass along the Jingzhou road, so that he
may get away to Xuchang.”
Then Zhao Yun went away. Next Zhuge Liang
said to Zhang Fei, “You will take three thousand
troops over the river to cut the road to Yiling. You will
ambush in the Hulu Valley. Cao Cao, not daring to
go to South Yiling, will go to North Yiling. Tomorrow,
after the rain, he will halt to refresh his troops. As
soon as the smoke is seen to rise from their cooking
fires, you will fire the hill side. You will not capture
Cao Cao, but you will render excellent service.”
So Zhang Fei left. Next was called Mi Zhu, Mi
Fang, and Liu Feng. They were to take command of
three squadrons and go along the river to collect
beaten soldiers and their weapons.
The three left. Then Zhuge Liang said to Liu Qi,
“The country around Wuchang is very important, and
I wish you to take command of your own troops and
station them at strategic points. Cao Cao, being
defeated, will flee thither, and you will capture him.
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But you are not to leave the city without the best of
reasons.” And Liu Qi took leave.
Then Zhuge Liang said to Liu Bei, “I wish you to
remain quietly and calmly in Fankou, in a high tower,
to watch Zhou Yu work out his great scheme this
night.”
All this time Guan Yu has been silently waiting his
turn, but Zhuge Liang said no word to him.
When Guan Yu could bear this no longer, he
cried, “Since I first followed my brother to battle
many years ago, I have never been left behind. Now
that great things are afoot, is there no work for me?
What is meant by it?”
“You should not be surprised. I wanted you for
service at a most important point, only that there was
a something standing in the way that prevented me
from sending you,” said Zhuge Liang.
“What could stand in the way? I wish you would
tell me.”
“You see Cao Cao was once very kind to you,
and you cannot help feeling grateful. Now when his
soldiers have been beaten, he will have to flee along
the Huarong Road; and if I sent you to guard it, you
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would have to let him pass. So I will not send you.”
“You are most considerate, Instructor. But though
it is true that he treated me well, yet I slew two of his
most redoubtable opponents, Yan Liang and Wen
Chou, by way of repayment, beside raising a siege. If
I happened upon him on this occasion, I should
hardly let him go.”
“But what if you did?”
“You could deal with me by military rules.”
“Then put that in writing.”
So Guan Yu wrote a formal undertaking and gave
the document to Zhuge Liang.
“What happens if Cao Cao does not pass that
way?” said Guan Yu.
“I will give you a written engagement that he will
pass.” Then Zhuge Liang continued, “On the hills by
the Huarong Valley, you are to raise a heap of wood
and grass to make a great column of smoke and
mislead Cao Cao into coming.”
“If Cao Cao sees a smoke, he will suspect an
ambush and will not come.” said Guan Yu.
“You are very simple,” said Zhuge Liang. “Do you
not know more of war’s ruses than that? Cao Cao is
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an able leader, but you can deceive him this time.
When he sees the smoke, he will take it as a
subterfuge and risk going that way. But do not let
your kindness of heart rule your conduct.”
Thus was his duty assigned Guan Yu, and he left,
taking his adopted son Guan Ping, his general Zhou
Cang, and five hundred swordsmen.
Said Liu Bei, “His sense of rectitude is very
profound; I fear if Cao Cao should come that way,
my brother will let him pass.”
“I have consulted the stars lately, and the rebel
Cao Cao is not fated to come to his end yet. I have
purposely designed this manifestation of kindly
feeling for Guan Yu to accomplish and so act
handsomely.”
“Indeed there are few such far−seeing humans as
you are,” said Liu Bei.
The two then went to Fankou whence they might
watch Zhou Yu’s evolutions. Sun Qian and Jian Yong
were left on guard of Xiakou.
Cao Cao was in his great camp in conference
with his advisers and awaiting the arrival of Huang
Gai. The southeast wind was very strong that day,
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and Cheng Yu was insisting on the necessity for
precaution. But Cao Cao laughed, saying, “The
Winter Solstice depends upon the sun and nothing
else; there is sure to be a southeast wind at some
one or other of its recurrences. I see nothing to
wonder at.”
Just then they announced the arrival of a small
boat from the other shore with a letter from Huang
Gai. The bearer of the letter was brought in and
presented it. Cao Cao read it:
“Zhou Yu has kept such strict watch that there
has been no chance of escape. But now some grain
is coming down
river, and I, Huang Gai, have been named as
escort commander which will give me the opportunity
I desire. I will slay one of the known generals and
bring his head as an offering when I come. This
evening at the third watch, if boats are seen with
dragon toothed flags, they will be the grain boats.”
This letter delighted Cao Cao who, with his
officers, went to the naval camp and boarded a great
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ship to watch for the arrival of Huang Gai.
In the South Land, when evening fell, Zhou Yu
sent for Cai He and bade the soldiers bind him. The
unhappy man protested, saying, “I have committed
no crime.”
But Zhou Yu said, “What sort of a fellow are you,
think you, to come and pretend to desert to my side?
I need a small sacrifice for my flag, and your head
will serve my purpose. So I am going to use it.”
Cai He being at the end of his tether unable to
deny the charge suddenly cried, “Two of your own
side, Kan Ze and Gan Ning, are also in the plot!”
“Under my directions,” said Zhou Yu.
Cai He was exceedingly repentant and sad, but
Zhou Yu bade them take Cai He to the river bank
where the black standard had been set up and there,
after the pouring of a libation and the burning of
paper, Cai He was beheaded, his blood being a
sacrifice to the flag.
This ceremony over, the ships started, and Huang
Gai took his place on the third ship. He merely wore
breast armor and carried a keen blade. On his flag
were written four large characters “Van Leader
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Huang Gai”. With a fair wind his fleet sailed toward
the Red Cliffs.
The wind was strong and the waves ran high.
Cao Cao in the midst of the central squadron eagerly
scanned the river which rolled down under the bright
moon like a silver serpent writhing in innumerable
folds. Letting the wind blow full in his face, Cao Cao
laughed aloud for he was now to obtain his desire.
Then a soldier pointing to the river said, “The
whole south is one mass of sails, and they are
coming up on the wind.”
Cao Cao went to a higher point and gazed at the
sails intently, and his officers told him that the flags
were black and dragon shaped, and indented, and
among them there flew one very large banner on
which was a name Huang Gai.
“That is my friend, the deserter,” said he joyfully.
“Heaven is on my side today.”
As the ships drew closer, Cheng Yu said, “Those
ships are treacherous. Do not let them approach the
camp.”
“How know you that?” asked Cao Cao.
And Cheng Yu replied, “If they were laden with
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grain, they would lie deep in the water. But these are
light and float easily. The southeast wind is very
strong, and if they intend treachery, how can we
defend ourselves?”
Cao Cao began to understand. Then he asked
who would go out to stop the approaching fleet, and
Wen Ping volunteered, saying, “I am well used to the
waters.”
Thereupon Wen Ping sprang into a small light
craft and sailed out, followed by ten cruisers which
came at his signal. Standing in the prow of his ship,
Wen Ping called out to those advancing toward
them, “You southern ships are not to approach; such
are the orders of the Prime Minister. Stop there in
mid stream!”
The soldiers all yelled to them to lower their sails.
The shout had not died away when a bowstring
twanged, and Wen Ping rolled down into the ship
with an arrow in the left arm. Confusion reigned on
his ship, and all the others hurried back to their
camp.
When the ships were about a mile of distant,
Huang Gai waved his sword and the leading ships
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broke forth into fire, which, under the force of the
strong wind, soon gained strength and the ships
became as fiery arrows. Soon the whole twenty
dashed into the naval camp.
All Cao Cao’s ships were gathered there, and as
they were firmly chained together not one could
escape from the others and flee. There was a roar of
bombs and fireships came on from all sides at once.
The face of the three rivers was speedily covered
with fire which flew before the wind from one ship to
another. It seemed as if the universe was filled with
flame.
Cao Cao hastened toward the shore. Huang Gai,
with a few troops at his back, leaped into a small
boat, dashed through the fire, and sought Cao Cao.
Cao Cao, seeing the imminence of the danger, was
making for the land; Zhang Liao got hold of a small
boat into which he helped his master; none too soon,
for the ship was burning. They got Cao Cao out of
the thick of the fire and dashed for the bank.
Huang Gai, seeing a handsomely robed person
get into a small boat, guessed it must be Cao Cao
and pursued. He drew very near and he held his
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keen blade ready to strike, crying out, “You rebel! Do
not flee. I am Huang Gai.”
Cao Cao howled in the bitterness of his distress.
Zhang Liao fitted an arrow to his bow and aimed at
the pursuer, shooting at short range. The roaring of
the gale and the flames kept Huang Gai from hearing
the twang of the string, and he was wounded in the
shoulder. He fell and rolled over into the water.
He fell in peril of water
When flames were high;
Ere cudgel bruises had faded,
An arrow struck. Huang Gai’s fate will be told in
the next chapter.

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