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CHAPTER 56. Cao Cao Feasts In The Bronze Bird Tower; Zhuge Liang Provokes Zhou Yu A Third Time.

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The ambuscade into which Zhou Yu had fallen
had been prepared by the orders of Zhuge Liang and
was triple. However, Huang Gai and Han Dang
contrived to get clear and found refuge in the ships,
though with the loss of many troops. When Zhou Yu
was in safety and looked about him, he saw Liu Bei
and Lady Sun safely resting on a hilltop. How could
such a sight fail to put him in a rage? And with the
access of rage, his wound, not yet healed, burst
open once again. He swooned and fell. They raised
him and his ship set sail. Zhuge Liang ordered no
pursuit, the southern fleet departed undisturbed, and
Liu Bei proceeded to Jingzhou City, where were
great rejoicings in honor of his recent marriage.
Meanwhile Zhou Yu had gone to Chaisang while
Jiang Qin and those with him bore to Nanxu the sad
tidings to Sun Quan. He was angry beyond words
and his first thought was to send an army under
Cheng Pu to take Jingzhou. Zhou Yu also wrote from
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his sick bed urging his lord to take vengeance. But
Zhang Zhao knew better and said it could not be
done.
Said he, “Cao Cao has never forgotten his defeat
at the Red Cliffs, but he dares not attempt to avenge
himself while the Sun family are friendly with Liu Bei.
If in any moment of anger you two fall upon each
other, Cao Cao will certainly seize the opportunity
and your position will be dangerous.”
Gu Yong supported Zhang Zhao, saying, “Beyond
all doubt Cao Cao has his spies here. As soon as he
hears of any rift in the friendship between the Sun
and Liu families, he will desire to come to an
understanding with the latter, and Liu Bei, who fears
your power, will accept his offer and take his side.
Such an alliance will be a continual menace to the
land south of the river. No; the plan for the occasion
i s t o s e c u r e t h e f r i e n d s h i p o f L i u B e i b y
memorializing that he be made Imperial Protector of
Jingzhou. This will make Cao Cao afraid to send any
army against the South Land. At the same time it will
raise kindly feelings in the heart of Liu Bei and win
his support. You will be able to find some one who
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will provoke a quarrel between Cao Cao and Liu Bei
and set them at each other, and that will be your
opportunity. In this way you will succeed.”
“These are good words,” said Sun Quan, “but
have I a messenger who can accomplish such a
mission?”
“There is such a man, one whom Cao Cao
respects and loves.”
“Who is he?”
“What prevents you from employing Hua Xin? He
is ready to hand.”
Wherefore Hua Xin was given letters and bidden
go to the capital, Xuchang, whither he proceeded at
once and sought to see Cao Cao. They told him that
Cao Cao and all his friends were at Yejun,
celebrating the completion of the Bronze Bird Tower.
So thither he went.
Cao Cao had indeed never forgotten his great
defeat at the Red Cliffs and nourished schemes to
avenge it, but he feared the combination of his two
chief enemies, and that fear restrained him. In the
spring of the fifteenth year (AD 210) the great Tower
was completed, and Cao Cao invited a vast
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assembly to celebrate its inauguration with banquets
and rejoicings. The feast was on the bank of River
Zhang. The Bronze Bird Terrace stood in the center,
flanked by two others named the Terrace of the Jade
Dragon and the Terrace of the Golden Phoenix.
Each tower was a hundred spans high and two
bridges connected them. Gold and jade vied with
each other in the many apartments.
At the opening ceremony, Cao Cao wore a
golden headdress inlaid with jewels and a robe of
green brocaded silk, girded with a belt of jade. On
his feet were pearl−encrusted shoes. So clad he took
his seat as host, while his officers, civil and military,
were drawn up below the terrace.
For the military officers was arranged an archery
competition, and one of his attendants brought forth
a robe of red crimson Xichuan silk as a prize. This
was suspended from one of the drooping branches
of a willow tree, beneath which was the target. The
distance was a hundred paces. The competitors
were divided into two bands, those of Cao Cao’s own
family being dressed in red and the others in green.
They all had carved bows and long arrows and were
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mounted. They stood holding in their steeds till the
signal should be given for the games to begin. Each
was to shoot one arrow and the robe was the
guerdon for hitting the target in the red; misses were
to pay a forfeit of drinking a cup of cold water.
As soon as the signal was given, a red−robed
youth rode quickly forth. He was Cao Xiu. Swiftly he
galloped to and fro thrice. Then he adjusted the
notch of his arrow to the string, pulled the bow to its
full, and the arrow flew straight to the bull’s eye.
The clang of the gongs and the roll of the drums
announced the feat, which astonished them all. And
Cao Cao, as he sat on the terrace, was delighted.
“A very promising colt of my own,” said he to
those about him, and he sent a messenger for the
red robe that the winner might receive it from his own
hands.
But suddenly from the green side rode out one
who cried, “It were more fitting to let outsiders
compete for the Prime Minister’s silken robe; it is not
right that members of the family monopolize the
contest.”
Cao Cao looked at the speaker, who was Wen
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Ping. And some of the officers cried, “Let us see
what his shooting is like!”
So Wen Ping fitted an arrow to the string and fired
also from horseback while galloping. To the surprise
of the onlookers, he also made a bull’s eye, which
was honored by another salute from gongs and
drums.
“Quickly bring me the robe,” cried Wen Ping.
But at once from the ranks of the red−robed
another competitor dashed forward, shouting
fiercely, “How can you win what has been already
won? But let me show you how I can shoot an arrow
that shall overcome both your shots.”
He drew his bow to the full, and the arrow flew
straight to the heart of the red. The surprised
onlookers saw that this new competitor was Cao
Hong, who now became also a claimant for the robe.
However, yet another archer came forth from the
green−robed ranks, playing with his bow and crying,
“What is there amazing in your shooting, you three?
See how I can shoot.”
This man was Zhang He. He put his horse to the
gallop, then turned his back and, shooting
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backwards, also hit the center of the red. Thus four
arrows were now sticking in the bull’s eye, and all
agreed that it was marvelous archery.
“I think the robe should be mine,” said Zhang He.
Before he could finish speaking, a fifth competitor
came out from the red robes and shouted, “You shot
backwards; but that is commonplace enough. Look
while I shoot better than you all.”
The speaker was Xiahou Yuan. He galloped off to
the very limit, and then bending his body over
backwards he sent his arrow right in among the other
four.
As the gongs and drums broke out, Xiahou Yuan
put aside his bow and rode up, saying, “Is not that a
better shot than any of its predecessors?”
Then came out another from the greens who
cried, “Leave the robe there for me, Xu Huang, to
win.”
“What can you do that is better than my shot?”
said Xiahou Yuan.
“That you hit the bull’s eye is no great feat. You
will see me win the silken robe after all.”
So speaking, Xu Huang fitted an arrow to his
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bow. Then looking around, he aimed at the willow
twig from which the robe hung down and shot thereat
so true that his arrow cut it through, and the robe
fluttered to the ground. At once Xu Huang dashed
along, picked up the robe and slipped it on. Then
riding swiftly to the terrace, he thanked the Prime
Minister. No one present could withhold unstinted
praise, and Xu Huang was turning to ride away when
another green clad general leaped out, saying,
“Where would you go with that robe? Quickly leave it
for me!”
All eyes turned to this man who was Xu Chu.
Xu Huang cried, “The robe has already been
adjudged to me; would you dare take it by forces”
Xu Chu made no reply but galloped up to snatch
the robe. As Xu Chu’s horse drew near, Xu Huang
struck at his rival a blow with his bow. But Xu Chu
seized the bow with one hand while with the other he
simply lifted his opponent out of his seat. Wherefore
Xu Huang let go the bow and the next moment lay
sprawling on the ground. Xu Chu slipped out of the
saddle too, and they began to pommel each other
with their fists. Cao Cao sent one to separate them;
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but in the struggle, the robe had been torn and
soiled. Cao Cao called the angry rivals before him;
and they came, one darting fierce looks of hate, the
other grinding his teeth with rage.
“Never mind the robe; I see only your magnificent
courage,” said Cao Cao smiling. “What does a robe
more or less matter?”
Whereupon Cao Cao called the generals to him
one by one, and to each he presented a robe of
Xichuan silk. They thanked him for the generous
gifts, and he then commanded them to take their
seats in due order. Then to the strains of a band of
music, wherein each performer vied with all the
others, the naval and military officers took their
places. Civil officers of repute and generals of
renown drank one to another, and hearty felicitations
were exchanged.
Cao Cao looked around to those about him,
saying, “Since the military officers have competed in
mounted archery for our enjoyment and displayed
their boldness and their skill, you, Gentlemen
Scholars, stuffed full of learning as you are, can
surely mount the terrace and present some
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complimentary odes to make the occasion a perfect
success.” “We are most willing to obey your
commands,” they replied, all bowing low.
At that time there was a band of four scholars
named Wang Lang, Zhong Yao, Wang Can, and
Chen Lin, and each of them presented a poem.
Every poem sang the praises of Cao Cao’s valuable
services and great merits and said he was worthy to
receive the highest trust of all.
When Cao Cao had read them, he laughed,
saying, “You gentlemen are really too flattering. As a
fact I am but an ignoramus who began life with a
simple bachelor’s degree and recommendations for
filial devotion. And when the troubles began, I built
for myself a little cottage in the country near Qiao,
where I could study in spring and summer and spend
the rest of the year in hunting till the empire was
once more tranquil and I could emerge and take
office.
“To my surprise, I was chosen for a small military
office which changed my intentions, and I
determined to repress the rebellion and so make a
name for myself. I thought that I might win an
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inscription on my tomb to the effect that it covered
the remains of the “Lord Cao Cao Who Restores
Order in the West.” That would have been ample for
a life’s work. I recall now how I destroyed Dong Zhuo
and smote the Yellow Scarves; then I made away
with Yuan Shu and broke the power of Lu Bu; next I
exterminated Yuan Shao; and at the death of Liu
Biao, I had subdued the whole empire.
“As a minister of state I have attained the topmost
pinnacle of honor, and I have no more to hope for.
Were it not for poor me, I know not how many there
would be styling themselves emperors and dubbing
themselves princes. Certain there be who, seeing my
great authority, think I have some ulterior aim. But
they are quite wrong. I ever bear in mind what
Confucius said of King Wen of Zhou, that he was
perfectly virtuous, and this saying is ever engraved
on my mind1. If I could, I would do away with my
armies and retire to my fief with my simple title of
Lord of Wuping. Alas! I cannot. I am afraid to lay
down my military powers lest I should come to harm.
Should I be defeated, the state would totter; and so I
may not risk real misfortune for the sake of an empty
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reputation for kindness. There be some of you who
do not know my heart.”
As he closed, they all rose and bowed their
heads, saying, “None are your equals, O Prime
Minister, not even Duke Zhou or the great Minister Yi
Yin2.”
A poem has been written referring to this:
Had Duke Zhou, the virtuous, died, while
foul−mouthed slander
was spreading vile rumors;
Or Wang Mang, the treacherous, while he was
noted for the
deference paid to learned men;
None would have known their real characters.
After this oration Cao Cao drank many cups of
wine in quick succession till he became very
intoxicated. He bade his servants bring him brush
and inkstone that he might compose a poem.
But as he was beginning to write, they
announced, “The Marquis of Wu has sent Hua Xin as
an envoy and presented a memorial to appoint Liu
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Bei Imperial Protector of Jingzhou. Sun Quan’s sister
is now Liu Bei’s wife, while on the River Han, the
greater part of the nine territories is under Liu Bei’s
rule.”
Cao Cao was seized with quaking fear at the
news and threw the pen on the floor.
Cheng Yu said to him, “O Prime Minister, you
have been among fighting soldiers by myriads and in
danger from stones and arrows many a time and
never quailed. Now the news that Liu Bei has got
possession of a small tract of country throws you into
a panic. Why is it thus?” Cao Cao replied, “Liu Bei is
a dragon among humans. All his life hitherto he has
never found his element, but now that he has
obtained Jingzhou; it is as if the dragon, once
captive, had escaped to the mighty deep. There is
good reason for me to quake with fear.”
“Do you know the reason of the coming of Hua
Xin?” said Cheng Yu.
“No; I know not,” said the Prime Minister.
“Liu Bei is Sun Quan’s one terror, and Sun Quan
would attack Liu Bei were it not for you, O Prime
Minister. Sun Quan feels you would fall upon him
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while he was smiting his enemy. Wherefore he has
taken this means of calming Liu Bei’s suspicions and
fears and at the same time directing your enmity
toward Liu Bei and from himself.”
Cao Cao nodded; “Yes,” he said.
Cheng Yu continued, “Now this is my plan to set
Sun Quan and Liu Bei at one another and give you
the opportunity to destroy both; it can be done
easily.”
“What is your plan?” asked Cao Cao.
“The one prop of the South Land is Zhou Yu;
remove it by memorializing that Zhou Yu be
appointed Governor of Nanjun. Then get Cheng Pu
made Governor of Jiangxia, and cause the Emperor
to retain this Hua Xin in the capital to await some
important post. Zhou Yu will assuredly attack Liu Bei,
and that will be our chance. Is not the scheme
good?”
“Friend Cheng Yu, you are a man after my own
heart.”
Wherefore Cao Cao summoned the emissary
from the South Land and overwhelmed him with
gifts. That day was the last of the feastings and
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merry−makings; and Cao Cao, with all the company,
returned to the capital where he forthwith presented
a memorial assigning Zhou Yu and Cheng Pu to the
governorships of Nanjun and Jiangxia, and Hua Xin
was retained at the capital with a post of ministry.
The messenger bearing the commissions for their
new offices went down to the South Land, and both
Zhou Yu and Cheng Pu accepted the appointments.
Having taken over his command, the former thought
all the more of the revenge he contemplated and, to
bring matters to a head, he wrote to Sun Quan
asking him to send Lu Su and renew the demand for
the rendition of Jingzhou.
Wherefore Lu Su was summoned, and his master
said to him, “You are the guarantor in the loan of
Jingzhou to Liu Bei. He still delays to return it, and
how long am I to wait?”
“The writing said plainly that the rendition would
follow the occupation of Yiazhou.”
Sun Quan shouted back, “Yes it said so. But so
far they have not moved a soldier to the attack. I will
not wait till old age has come to us all.”
“I will go and inquire?” said Lu Su.
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So he went down into a ship and sailed to
Jingzhou.
Meanwhile Liu Bei and Zhuge Liang were at
Jingzhou gathering in supplies from all sides, drilling
their troops, and training their armies. From all
quarters people of learning flocked to their side. In
the midst of this they heard of Lu Su’s coming, and
Liu Bei asked Zhuge Liang what he thought.
Zhuge Liang replied, “Just lately Sun Quan
concerned himself with getting you appointed
Imperial Protector of Jingzhou; that was calculated to
inspire Cao Cao with fear. Cao Cao obtained for
Zhou Yu the governorship of Nanjun; that was
designed to stir up strife between our two houses
and set us fighting so that he might accomplish his
own ends. This visit of Lu Su means that Zhou Yu,
having taken over his new governorship, wishes to
force us out of this place.”
“Then how shall we reply?”
“If Lu Su introduces the subject, you will at once
set up loud lamentations. When the sound of
lamentation is at its height, I will appear and talk over
your visitor.”
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Thus they planned, and Lu Su was duly received
with all honor. When the salutations were over and
host and guest were about to be seated, Lu Su said,
“Sir, now that you are the husband of a daughter of
Wu, you have become my lord, and I dare not sit in
your presence.”
Liu Bei laughed. “You are an old friend,” said he.
“Why this excessive humility?”
So Lu Su took his seat. And when tea had been
served, the guest said, “I have come at the order of
my master to discuss the subject of Jingzhou. You,
O Imperial Uncle, have had the use of the place for a
long time. Now that your two houses are allied by
marriage, there should be the most friendly relations
between you two, and you should hand it back to my
master.”
At this Liu Bei covered his face and began to cry.
“What is the matter?” asked the guest.
Liu Bei only wept the more bitterly.
Then Zhuge Liang came in from behind a screen,
saying, “I have been listening. Do you know why my
lord weeps so bitterly?”
“Really I know not.”
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“But it is easy to see. When my lord got the
temporary occupation of Jingzhou, he gave the
promise to return it when he had got the Western
Land of Rivers. But reflect. Liu Zhang of Yiazhou is
my lord’s younger brother, and both of them are
blood relations of the ruling family. If my lord were to
move an army to capture another region, he fears
the blame of the ignorant. And if he yields this place
before he has another, where could he rest? Yet,
while he retains this place it seems to shame you.
The thing is hard on both sides, and that is why he
weeps so bitterly.”
The close of Zhuge Liang’s speech seemed to
move Liu Bei to greater grief, for he beat his breast
and stamped his feet and wept yet more bitterly.
Lu Su attempted to console him, saying, “Be not
so distressed, O Uncle; let us hear what Zhuge Liang
can propose.”
Zhuge Liang said, “I would beg you to return to
your master and tell him all. Tell him of this great
trouble and entreat him to let us stay here a little
longer.” “But suppose he refuses; what then?” said
Lu Su.
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“How can he refuse since he is related by
marriage to my master ?” said Zhuge Liang. “I shall
expect to hear glad tidings through you.”
Lu Su was really the first of generous people; and
seeing Liu Bei in such distress, he could do no other
than consent and say he would do so. Liu Bei and
Zhuge Liang both thanked him most cordially, and
after a banquet the emissary went down into his ship
to return.
On the way Lu Su called in to see Zhou Yu at
Chaisang and told him. But Zhou Yu stamped his
foot with rage and said, “My friend, you have been
fooled again. Long ago when Liu Bei was dependent
on Liu Biao, he always cherished the intention to
supplant him; think you that he really pities Liu
Zhang? This sort of evasive policy will certainly
cause you much trouble. However, I have a scheme
which I think Zhuge Liang will not be able to get the
better of. Only you will have to make another
journey.”
“I should be pleased to hear your fine scheme,”
said Lu Su.
“Do not go to see our master. Return to Jingzhou
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and say to Liu Bei that since his family and the Suns
are related by marriage, they really form but one
house, and since he has qualms about attacking the
west, we will do it for him. Thus, the South Land will
march an army under this pretext, but really go to
Jingzhou, and we shall take him unprepared. The
road to the west runs through his city, and we will
call upon him for supplies. He will come out to thank
the army, and we will assassinate him whereby we
shall revenge ourselves and at the same time
remove a source of future evil.”
This seemed an excellent plan to Lu Su, and he
returned at once to Jingzhou. Before receiving him,
Liu Bei talked over the matter with his adviser.
Said Zhuge Liang, “Lu Su has not seen the
Marquis of Wu, he has called in at Chaisang, and he
and Zhou Yu have decided upon some scheme,
which he is to talk you into accepting. However, let
him talk; you, my lord, only watch me; and when I
nod my head, then you agree to whatever he may
propose.”
Lu Su was then admitted and said, “The Marquis
of Wu praises the noble virtue of the Imperial Uncle;
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and after consultation with his officers, he has
determined to take the western country on the
Imperial Uncle’s behalf and, that done, Jingzhou can
be exchanged for it without further delay. However,
when the army marches through, it will be expected
of you to contribute some necessary supplies.”
Zhuge Liang here nodded his head rapidly, at the
same time saying, “We could hardly have hoped for
such kindness.”
And Liu Bei saluted with joined hands and said,
“This is due to your friendly efforts on our behalf.”
“When the brave army arrives, we shall certainly
come out to meet it and entertain the soldiers,” said
Zhuge Liang.
Lu Su felt great satisfaction and was quite happy
at his success; he took his leave and went
homeward. But Liu Bei as yet did not understand.
“What is their intention?” said he.
His adviser smiled, saying, “Zhou Yu’s end is very
near. The ruse he is now trying would not take in a
child.” “Why?”
“This is the ruse known as ‘Borrow a Road to
Exterminate the Host.’ Under the pretense of taking
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the west, they intend to capture this place; and when
you go out to compliment the army, you will be
seized and they will dash into the city which they
hope to find unprepared.”
“And what are we to do?”
“Have no anxiety; all we have to do is to prepare
a hidden bow to get the fierce tiger; to spread the
enticing bait to hook the great leviathan. Wait till
Zhou Yu comes; if he is not killed, he will be
nine−tenths a corpse. We will call in Zhao Yun for
orders and give him secret instructions, and I will
dispose the others.”
And Liu Bei was glad.
Let Zhou Yu lay what plans he will,
Zhuge Liang anticipates his skill;
That land of rivers fair bait did look,
But he forgot the hidden hook.
Lu Su hastened back to Zhou Yu to tell him that
all was going as he desired and Liu Bei would come
out to welcome the army.
Zhou Yu laughed with glee, saying, “At last! Now
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they will fall into my trap.”
Zhou Yu bade Lu Su prepare a petition for the
information of the Marquis, and he ordered Cheng
Pu to bring up reinforcements. He himself had nearly
recovered from the arrow wound and felt well. He
made his dispositions for the advance, appointing
Gan Ning Van Leader, Xu Sheng and Ding Feng the
Commanders of the body, and Ling Tong and Lu
Meng Rear Guards. The army numbered fifty
thousand troops, and Zhou Yu marched with the
second division. While voyaging in his ship, he was
always smiling to think how he was to have Zhuge
Liang at last.
At Xiakou he inquired, “Is there any one to
welcome the brave army?”
They told him, “The Imperial Uncle has sent Mi
Zhu to greet us.”
And Mi Zhu was called.
“What of the preparations for the army?” asked
Zhou Yu as soon as Mi Zhu came.
“My master has seen to that; all is prepared,” said
Mi Zhu.
“Where is the Imperial Uncle?” asked Zhou Yu.
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“He is at the city of Jingzhou, waiting outside the
walls to offer you the cup of greeting.”
“This expedition is on your account,” said Zhou
Yu. “When one undertakes so long a march and
such a task, the rewards for the army must be very
substantial.”
Having got this idea of what Zhou Yu expected,
Mi Zhu returned to his own city, while the southern
battle ships in close order sailed up the river and
took their places along the bank. As they went on,
the most perfect tranquillity seemed to reign on all
sides. Not a ship was visible anywhere, and no one
hindered. Zhou Yu pressed forward till he came quite
near Jingzhou, and still the wide river lay calm. But
the spies who came back reported two white flags
flying on the city walls.
Still not a person was seen, and Zhou Yu began
to feel suspicious. He had his ship navigated in
shore, and he himself landed on the bank, where he
mounted a horse and, with a small army of three
thousand veterans under Gan Ning, Xu Sheng, and
Ding Feng, traveled along the land road.
By and bye he came to the city wall. There was
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no sign of life. Reining in his steed, he bade them
challenge the gate. Then some one from the wall
asked, “Who is there?”
The soldiers of the South Land replied, “The
Commander−in−Chief of the South Land, Zhou Yu,
in person.”
Immediately was heard the thud of a club, and the
wall became alive with troops all armed. And from
the tower came out Zhao Yun who said, “Why are
you here, General?”
“I am going to take the west for you;” replied Zhou
Yu, “do you not know?”
“The Directing Instructor knows that you want to
try the ruse of ‘Borrowing a Road to Destroy the
Host.’ And so he stationed me here. And my master
bade me say that he and the ruler of the Western
Land of Rivers are both members of the reigning
family so that he could not think of such baseness as
attacking Yiazhou. If you people of the South Land
do so, he will be forced to go away into the
mountains and become a recluse. He could not bear
to lose the confidence of humankind.”
At this Zhou Yu turned his horse as if to return.
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Just then his scouts came up to report: “Armed
bands are moving toward us from all four sides, led
by Guan Yu, Zhang Fei, Huang Zhong, and Wei Yan.
Their number is unknown, but the sound of their
tramping shakes the heavens. They say they want to
capture the Commander−in−Chief.”
At these tidings Zhou Yu’s excitement became so
intense that he fell to the ground with a great cry,
and the old wound reopened.
The game was now too deep; in vain he sought
A countermove; his efforts came to nought.
Later chapters will show what was Zhou Yu’s fate.

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