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Señor Don Pedro, I 'v e found the answer.
Les have some wine.
Perhaps this midnight oil will mark our vigil
for the last time tonight.
Come, señor, please, I 'd like to show you something.
You're sad.
Les drin k this fine wine.
We'll all soon come to rest in the eternal night.
How could you be so careless?
If he had read the end,
the events which are to follow would ma k e no sense.
Luckily, I arriv ed in time.
Strange things are happening here, señor.
I 'v e seen it with my own eyes, I even had it in my own hands.
It must be all due to the e vil spirits.
I understand, señor, that your mind is rebelling against
inexplicable phenomena, but be so kind as to explain in detail.
What are you looking for, señor?
There was a book here.
I saw the gallows.
Where has it gone?
There's never been a book like that here.
Demons again?
they are tiring, I admit.
U nfortunately, the world is full of them.
I ncantations stop their mischief.
Don't you believe in incantations then?
What if I prove it?
Only if I can perform them my self.
Go on, señor.
This is not the place for philosophical disputes.
I am so glad to see you, brother.
When did you get back?
This is Alfonso Van Worden, captain of the guard.
Captain, my sister Rebecca.
Don Pedro Velasquez.
I will do my best.
I am glad to con vince you of the power of the supernatural.
Of course.
From Aristotle came the principle that in the mind...
Señor Alfonso, I implore you to tell me what you thin k
of everything you'v e experienced since arriving here.
I wouldn't know where to start.
I must have been put to sleep with a potion
and ta k en to the gallows.
Then you got under the Z ota brothers' gallows?
And found them both hanged?
Do they, byanychance, have the habit of coming down?
Very often, usually at night.
Your hand shows that
you are possessed with love for the demons.
Such people have no fear of humans.
I am afraid of nobody.
I am afraid for you.
I am so glad they came.
Gaiety and fun will prevail now.
I am sorry, señora, but I have different plans.
Whatever your decision,
you won't refuse to spend a few hours in our compan y.
Your brother is greeting a gypsyso warmly.
A gyps y?
You'll see in a while what a gypsyhe is.
Welcome, Señor Alfonso.
How do you know who I am?
Our camp moves from one place to another,
and my daughters k eep their eyes and ears open.
An enchanted place.
The people of the Sierra are afraid to go near.
I have no reason to tell them they're wrong.
It is better that most of my retinue was left outside.
Señor Av adoro, in this errant life
you must have encountered manyunusual adv entures.
I have.
Then tell us,
and Señor Velasquez will teach us how to experience poetry
without the help of ghosts.
I do not succumb to ghosts,
but I fear your magic power, señora.
I reck on that from one end of the world to the other,
the story of love is always the same.
I thin k you will enjoyhearing about my youthful adv entures.
Some are surprising, I could even sa y, miraculous.
Whenever I go back to those long gone times of my life,
I hear the noise of avariety of passions
and a mix ed roaring of storms.
You seem wiser than others, and I have a delicate problem.
Will you follow me?
I am the lover of a certain young person.
She tends, I thin k, to be fickle.
When you see a woman whose dress suits this,
you'll see whether she goes to church,
or in another direction.
You'll get another if you do well.
You're her husband, not her lover.
I 'm pa ying you to discover treason, not who I am.
Sharpen your sight, is time forvespers.
I 'll wait at the inn.
Of lovers. Of lovers.
What is this? Your beauty troubled me.
Somebody suspects you of betra ying him.
Follow me.
You will giv e this to Caballero Toledo.
Noble caballero.
My conscience forbids me ta king pa yment from both sides.
What is my fortune?
We'll get married under a big chestnut tree.
Nature will accept ourvows.
The rosyglow of dawn will bless us.
I 'v e lost Caballero Toledo 's address.
He in vited me to a grand feast.
On the other side of the square.
U ntil we meet again.
Ma ybe.
Señor Toledo,
a lady wanted me to giv e you this little tok en.
I appreciate your wit, my friend, and honor.
Would you like to become one of my serv ants?
Thas impossible, I was born a nobleman.
I chose the position of beggar
as it does not dim a nobleman's jewel.
An answer worth y of a Spaniard!
Les have a drin k.
H uman life is fragile.
Whythese dark thoughts, señor?
I am a sinner.
I used to leave one mistress for another, but I concluded that
I was losing too much time that wa y,
so I started a new affair before ha ving brok en off the last,
and while planning a third.
Spanish women have something...
I swore love to each.
The punishment for brea king oaths is terrible.
I ndeed, in the other world.
Yesterda y, a friend from Malta visited.
H is name is Aquillar,
a noble person and a good Christian.
I cannot understand how,
being endowed with such contradictory characters,
we have liv ed in such friendship.
Aren't you drin king?
I 'v e nearly finished the bottle.
You haven't touched your glass.
What are you thin king about?
I was thin king of the sun which I saw toda y,
whether I would see it again tomorrow.
You doub tless will, if there is no mist.
I maynot liv e to see tomorrow.
Are you planning a duel?
I could act as your witness.
You are the last man I would as k for this favor.
Good heavens!
You took up your old squabble with my brother?
Shall I lose my friend or my brother in one duel?
I have an ominous feeling... wait until midnight.
If I die, I will come to warn you about the penalties
a sinner faces after he dies.
I didn't want to see you,
but avoice from heaven ordered me to come.
Were you killed?
I was.
I s there a purgatory in the other world?
There is one.
And thas where I am!
Who died?
Tell me, who died?
Toledo fell unconscious.
I 'm sorry, but my duties are calling me.
At such an interesting point!
Doses of suspense are the sign of a master.
All that has made me confused.
I 'v e lost the feeling of where reality ends,
and fantasyta k es over.
You meant to saypoetry.
I do not know what you are aiming at.
I will tell you something
that is based on the principles of geometry.
Wanting to define an infinite number,
I write a horizontal eight and divide it byone.
If I want to express infinite smallness,
I write a one and divide it b y the horizontal eight.
All these signs giv e me no idea about what I want to express
infinity... greatness...
I n the cosmos, infinite smallness is an infinite root
of the smallest part of an atom.
So I am defining infinity, but without comprehending.
Well, if I do not comprehend but I can define it,
I am getting near poetry, which seems to be nearer to life
than we suspect.
Empirical science leads to lack of faith.
Only an uneducated man who sees a thing every da y
thin k s he understands it.
A true researcher proceeds among riddles.
He errs, but he gets nearer his goal every da y.
Señor Av adoro, will you finish Toledo's story?
I remember he was disturbed byavoice from the other world.
H is tender soul was very sensitiv e.
So he was in deep despair.
What will you do?
I want to rethin k my life.
Señor Caballero, let me ma k e one comment.
Thevoice you heardyesterda y
said what you could find in anycatechism.
Do not burden oneself with premature worries.
My friend, he who once heard thevoice of the dead,
will surely not spend much more time among the living.
Farewell, my friend.
Tell the lady everything without getting into detail.
I have chosen you as I have a delicate problem.
I would be glad to help,
but I am afraid to leave my client.
I can substitute for you, it won't be long.
I warn you, he is a prattler and a bore.
You can find something interesting in every story.
You remember the señor with whom I dran k wine at your inn?
He is the husband of a young noblewoman.
Discreetly hand this little jewel over to her.
Señor Lopez Suarez?
like fortune telling, love has its magic.
This tells me you'll see me again soon.
Ma ybe.
You are kind, but the medicine is awful.
I would giv e you a more tasty one, but the medic won't let me.
Sit down.
Sit down, when I tell you to.
I have one soft spot and you will do me a favor.
Ta k e this instrument in your hand...
and now listen carefully.
I am the son of Gaspar Suarez, the richest merchant in C ádiz.
You're wasting time again on romances.
I 'm listening, Daddy.
Is time you departed for Madrid.
You have to get to know the world.
Daddy, I want to get married.
First, pass your ex amination in life.
These are the rules you have to follow.
I forbid you to get into discussions with noblemen.
The lords honor us while actually they just want credit,
but cannot repa y, understand?
I forbid you to use the title of " Don".
You are Suarez and thas that.
And I also forbid you to use your sword.
The habit brings more discredit than good.
Last but not least, under no circumstances
mayyou enter into anyconnections
with the house of the ban k er, Moro.
And I will reveal to you wh y.
Though I am related to the greatest ban k ers in Spain,
seeing how well you are trading with the Philippines,
I will deposit a million with you for a limited partnership.
I am honored.
I 'll try to double your deposit as soon as possible.
You do not need to hurry, señor.
Too bad I didn't hurry.
I am Moro, the royal ban k er, as you know.
My relativ e, Señor Liv ardez, has passed awa y.
I n his accounts, there is your cheque for a million.
Will you please return the capital?
I have legally ta k en over his estate.
The million was invested.
It will be doubled in the future, ma ybe even...
I am very sorry.
All right.
Here is your late relativ e's share.
And now listen carefully.
Years later, my ships returned, ha ving tripled the fortune,
so I wrote to the ban k er Moro that I had his two million.
My principal receiv ed your letter and begs to inform you
that the Liv ardez capital was entered into the book s.
He will not claim anymore.
I owe him two million!
My principal does not even want to hear of it.
This is an insult!
I do not need his generous donation!
He is insulting me!
I began to claim my rights,
considering my good name and that of my profession.
I started proceedings.
The tribunal of Se ville pronounced Moro right.
We are to paycourt fees of 600, 000 piastres.
We got no justice.
Sixyears wasted.
And the two million is supposed to be mine?
Thas vile!
You will appeal.
So you see, my son, I have good reasons to forbid you
anycontact with the house of the ban k er Moro.
And then?
I said goodbye and,
filling my carriage with love stories I had bought in C ádiz,
I left for Madrid.
Pour me some more of this good mixture, good man.
I feel my strength returning.
These sentimental stories had softened my soul so much
that arriving here I was madly in love,
although I didn't know the object of my desire.
Oh, sorry.
Who is that?
Come on in, señor.
Señor Don Lopez Suarez.
I came to pa y my respects.
I am generally known under the name of...
under the name of...
Don Roque Busqueros, a family from Old Castile.
My father has forbidden me to use the title of " Don",
and to get involv ed with noblemen.
Senor Don Lopez, my father, in turn, ordered me
to giv e the title of " Don" to all prominent merchants,
and to seek their compan y.
I also respect my father's will.
Your attitude and the elegance
with which you got out of your carriage impressed me.
I s it yours, Don Lopez?
This is what I passionately collect.
Here, I 'll be glad to oblige.
A real collector always has copies,
should one get lost for un known reasons.
And the third could come in handy, when the chance arises.
Don... Roque, I just got out of the carriage.
I am tired and hungry.
Ex actly.
Well, Don Lopez, it isn't becoming
that we eat off one plate
and use the same spoon and fork.
He y, bo y! He y, bo y.
Get another set!
Heybo y, get another set!
Busqueros entertained me with gossip from Madrid, while I was
impatiently looking forward to getting back to Buen Retiro.
This depopulated park is famous in our romantic stories,
and I don't even know what was telling me
I would enter into some tender relationship there.
Señora, I probably found what you are looking for.
I lost my lock et and gold chain.
Was an ything written on it?
You read my name was I nez,
and that the original of the portrait is mine.
MayI comment, lovely lady,
that the finder usually gets a decent prize?
You're forward for a first meeting.
You'v e met the son of C ádiz's richest merchant.
I did not giv e anyreason to have strangers tal k to me.
Lopez Suarez.
Be kind enough to return my lock et.
Señor Don Lopez,
I 'v e refused twenty in vitations to come and see you.
Well, you have to admit I did you a favoryesterda y.
Feigning unwittingness, I told the lady
you were the son of one of the richest merchants.
Though she pretended to be angry, it was only
to con vince you she was not at all impressed bywealth.
Believe me.
You are young, reasonable and handsome,
but remember gold is never an obstacle to love.
How shall we spend the afternoon?
I want to see the town... alone!
You see there was no wa y out of this situation.
Go and sayprayers, then!
It was a lock et from my brother.
Don't as k about an ything else,
unless you find something else belonging to me.
Then you'll be able to demand a reward.
We shouldn't be seen together.
Lopez Suarez to...
To I nez.
There is charm in my eyes, comma
and you, lady, are the only reason for it.
I would like to put my thoughts in this letter,
but they seem...
they seem tovanish.
Don Roque, giv e it back!
Don Roque!
Don Lopez!
Stop, wait!
Well, a letter has to be deliv ered.
You should be grateful to me, señor.
Whydid you use a man
whose impertinence I already disliked,
to bring me your letter?
I wrote that letter for my own pleasure, and that imp stole it.
Ev er since I got to Madrid,
he has haunted me like an e vil spirit.
I don't thin k I can be bothered with this nonsense.
And what would you like to know now, señor?
Señora, I wish I knew who you were and what your name is.
The daughter of a man who is as rich as your father,
the ban k er, Moro.
The curse of my life.
I cannot thin k of you under the threat of my father's curse.
He crossed manyseas to set up as a merchant in C ádiz.
I n C ádiz.
Don't believe him and don't lose heart.
Those little heirs are hard to get hook ed,
but sooner or later, their turn will come.
You'll scare my dog, meddler!
Now only death is left for me.
Lightning, stri k e me!
Do not be afraid.
I nez loves you more than her life.
She wants to meet you at the same spot tomorrow at sunset.
I understand that at your age, you don't feel like marriage.
However, I find your ex cuse very strange.
Your father crossed manyseas to set up as a merchant in C ádiz.
You're luck y, I 'v e fix ed everything.
Señor Don Roque, do one more thing for me:
Do not go to Buen Retiro.
Fair I nez won't be there, but I must sit once more
on the same bench and weep over my misfortune.
There's something very offensiv e in your words.
they seem to infer some lack of appreciation on your part.
Jasmine breathes the balmyfragrance,
the trees grow greener as you pass under them.
What will happen to a heart which you honor?
I could let you cry in misery alone,
but fair I nez maycome, and who will repair your nonsense?
Whas this?
To kill time, I suggest I tell you a story,
in which you will find manyinstructiv e events.
I always had a talent for the law.
I wanted to know people and life.
What is it?
Whas the matter?
Oh, fearsome head!
I thought it was one of my relativ es
with whom I was to have an important tal k.
I don't know you or the reason for this unexpected visit.
I had no intention of entering your room.
I just wanted to know who liv es here.
I am a lawy er, studying people's liv es.
Thas different.
Nothing's more pleasant than knowing what people are doing.
Before you wok e up, señora, your husband honored me
bythin king my face was a fearsome head.
And she
Señor Don Roque, time is passing.
Don Lopez, when a decent man is telling you a fascinating story,
you should not interrupt him.
No, no explanations!
This woman
Let me explain everything.
I am the daughter of a brave officer.
My name is Frasquita Salero.
I attracted men, even when I was a young girl.
Frasquita, Frasquita, be modest!
Be reasonable, Mama!
How can I be bad with such elegant caballeros?
haven't you dropped something?
Too bad for me.
If you had dropped that little cross,
I would have pick ed it up and k ept it as a dear souv enir.
Frasquita, get awa y from the window.
U nfortunately, the young man never showed up again.
My beautiful wife.
My sweetness.
Do you love your hubb y?
I do.
And nobody else?
What do you have there, son?
A letter for Señora Frasquita.
Giv e it to me.
I am her father.
A ring?
What ring?
" I am waiting for you and y earning for you, Peña Flor. "
Frasquita, do you love me?
I do.
Then there are no obstacles to our love.
Perfect, Don Ramino!
If you go on like that with the noble Count Peña Flor,
he won't be a nightmare to husbands anymore.
What if I put an end to his conquests?
I 'm afraid of the effects of such a duel.
If I could have 100 doubloons,
I would wait out in the islands.
I 'll gladly offer you 100 for such a noble cause.
The count was murdered last night.
Peña Flor!
From the letter we found on one of the criminals, we know that
you offered 100 doubloons for the crime to be carried out.
I have never set eyes on Señor Peña Flor.
Yesterda y, two men came with a promissory note
for 100 doubloons which I signed ayear ago.
Shall I show you?
No, I am a member of the criminal court,
and I am not interested in trade.
That will be all.
Ex cuse us for the inconvenience.
Did you really order this señor to be killed?
Whyshould you care? Do you know him?
I would go on a pilgrimage to St. James of Campostela
and even a greater distance, if I believed it could help me.
A wonderful story.
Since then, strange things have been happening in the house.
Here are your 100 doubloons back!
Don Diego!
I like it.
Needless to sa y, Count Peña Flor was only made up
to upset my husband and ma k e him go on a pilgrimage!
The justice clerk s, as well as the thugs, were all paid off.
Now I understand "the fearsome head".
And you understand whyI thought you were somebody else.
I haven't finishedyet, señor!
My duties are calling me.
Do you want to offend me, señor?
Yes, as there is no other wa y to get rid of you.
Your daddy will surely be glad.
Where was I?
That same night,
I found my self in entirely different circumstances.
You are luckyonly to be injured, not depriv ed of life.
Eas y, eas y.
I 'v e ta k en things into my own hands.
Things will work out ok ayfor you.
But is too bad you interrupted my story
at such an interesting point.
So, listen.
That same night...
I found my self in entirely different circumstances.
Well, and what next?
Señor... Don Lopez.
You shouldn't strain yourself, señor.
Is so long.
Who is it from?
A child, a complete child.
From fair I nez, of course.
Is done. But what is it?
You are supposed to be at her place tonight.
The wedding is tomorrow! I sn't it enough?
What place? Moro's house?
Tell me how. The simple wa y.
But the house is guarded. The old, well known wa y.
Ta k e it eas y.
I 'll ta k e care of it.
I don't know.
What would you do without me, señor?
Which window?
First, second, third.
Which one?
The window of fair I nez.
My heart is pounding.
I am moved, and please, do not bring anyshame on me.
My gratitude, señor, but now we have to use the ultimate means.
When I clap my hands, go up to heaven!
Balm breathes.
Jasmine does not.
Oh God!
Did you die?
I did!
I s there purgatory in the other world?
There is one and I am in it!
Was it storm y that night?
Lightning like in hell... it must be whyhe got the wrong window.
Señor, I found a purgatorial soul.
What are you tal king about, man?
Señor Toledo.
Listen, señor.
So it is the end of my penance.
But how did you find out about it?
Lopez Suarez told me.
The merchant from C ádiz.
But how did it happen?
Busqueros got the wrong window.
Busqueros? Ah, Busqueros!
I don't know him, but as k him to come b y.
I 'd like to know more.
What do you thin k?
The lady who gave you a hand k erchief...
I s she still faithful to me? U ndoub tedly.
Farewell then.
I made up my mind to find that intruder,
known all over Madrid.
Please, don't stop now.
Allow me, señora, to giv e a few moments to this man.
Frasquita told her story to Busqueros,
he told it to Lopez Suarez,
who in turn told it to Señor Av adoro.
Is enough to driv e you craz y.
All these adv entures begin simply.
The listener thin k s ill soon be over,
but one story creates another, and then another.
Something like quotients which can be divided infinitely.
I 'm a captain of the guard, not a philosopher.
Your math is just dead numbers.
Señor, this zero, plus and minus one,
gave Archimedes and Newton power equal to the gods.
Very noble men.
But whas the point of it?
We are like blind men lost in the streets of a big city.
The streets lead to a goal, but we often return
to the same places to get to where we want to be.
I can see a few little streets here which, as it is now,
are going nowhere.
New combinations have to be arranged,
then the whole will be clear,
because one man cannot invent something
that another cannot solv e.
I no longer follow.
Then les k eep listening.
Caballero Toledo regained his former gaiety and balanced soul,
and I went to look for that impossible man.
I happened to meet him that same da y.
I like you, I 'll ta k e you as a serv ant.
Giv e than k s to heaven
that unlimited possibilities are opening up to you.
I suppose you haven't met manynoblemen.
I can easily prove that I was brought up as a gentleman.
The fact that I 'm a beggar is down to fate, not birth.
Thas fine.
Les go, señor.
At first, your duties won't seem very attractiv e,
as you won't be paid or have proper clothes.
As for board...
Are you byanychance the Don Busqueros
to whom Lopez Suarez owes so much?
Yes, thas me.
I 'd have ended this whole thing successfully
if he hadn't got the wrong window, but les be patient.
Caballero Toledo wishes to get to know you.
Toledo? Is a great honor for me.
I found out that Lopez Senior travelled from C ádiz,
and waited at the house,
but ha ving missed his son, went to town.
Where to?
Where can a pro vincial man go?
To see the church.
Wrong, you noble tramp.
To the tavern. But which one?
The nearest.
But señor, what nonsense.
You must admit, C ádiz is a more important city than Madrid.
Whas more, Suarez, who was short of cash, was trading,
than k s to his contacts with Liv ardez.
Moro, in order to retrieve the mone y,
had to start a case, which is still unfinished.
Suarez sued Moro to ma k e him accept not a million,
but two million from the investment.
The Suarez family is the greatest in Spain
and you are an ill informed big mouth.
Than k you for your compan y.
I can see, señor, that you're an honest negotiator.
I 'm honored bywhat you'v e said.
I 'm Gaspar Suarez from Cádiz.
My name is Moraredo.
You are heaven sent.
I deduced from your talk
that you're a true connoisseur of life.
At your service.
I sent my son here,
I forbade him to use the title "Don" or frequent nobles.
Very wise. Or draw a sword.
Just imagine, my Lopez is now Don Lopez, and the only person
he is close to is a nobleman called Busqueros.
U nbelievable.
And he fought him and was thrown out of the window.
I've decided to have him married immediately.
Do you know a young lady from a spotless family?
I do.
What a luckycoincidence.
A reputable merchant also got angry
and said he'd closet her in the monastery
if she doesn't choose a husband this week.
I 'd love to tal k to her.
You'll meet her toda y.
What in an inn?
A lady from a good family?
I ncognito. We should hurry.
He's pa ying.
Toda y, more than ever,
you'll understand thevalue of my friendship.
You know, Don Lopez, such complex tas k s are my specialty.
From what I gather, you know the merchans life well.
But ex cuse me, Señor...
Your name is not known in merchants' circles.
You know, señor...
I presume the situation hasn't allowed you, so far,
to try your hand at a business conduciv e to your abilities.
The reason for my beha vior, señor, is not impertinence.
I came here only because
my father's rage forces me to seek salv ation.
I respect the name of Suarez.
Dear lady, I 'm honored.
So you intend to marry Señorita Moro.
Señorita Moro?
Are your intentions not serious?
There's a misunderstanding!
If you can kneel in front of my sister,
you're not too old to duel.
Draw or go out the window!
Your honor is at sta k e.
I forbid you to have an ything to do with nobility.
I only got close to the one standing next to you.
You shouldn't have duelled.
Mind, señor, you'v e got a sword in your hand too.
Oh, Lopez, whyon earth did you choose Señorita Moro?
But you yourself were kneeling at her feet not long ago.
The punishment, Señor Gaspar Suarez, always fits the crime.
If your son ta k es my daughter's hand, it would be an honor.
Although he chose to introduce himself through the window,
his actions were undoub tedly due to
the grudge over the two million.
I 'll accept it then, pro vided I can add another two million,
and giv e it all to your son, along with my daughter's hand.
You'v e done a good job.
Well done, well done, señor.
Is not hard to see how ill turn out.
Lopez was ta k en to his future father in law's house,
and with I nez's care, he'll soon recover.
And now I 'd like to hear more about the other affair.
Was this woman, Frasquita, so charming then?
I told the story you just mentioned to a young gentleman.
Yes,yes, and Lopez Suarez passed it on to my friend,
who introduced me to her.
You have an incredible memory, señor.
Since you already know Frasquita's story,
I should tell the story of her husband,
and how he got to meet an unfortunate young man.
Go ahead.
That very night,
I found my self in entirely different circumstances.
Who are you?
This sign shows I 'm in the De vil's power.
Reprobate, stop persecuting me!
What of the doubloons you paid for Count Peña Flor's head?
What do you want of me?
You recognize me?
As you can see,
the count, before his death, raised the sta k es.
Don't! Don't!
You'v e giv en us a pleasant hour, señor.
You have not disappointed me.
Ex cuse me for telling of things which is a sin in itself,
but it is a very instructiv e story.
What happened to Señora Cornandez?
She became a widow!
Then she married her lover,
and ever since, has led a model life.
Here she is!
But this is Doña I scariz.
What can I do?
I couldn't. Nor could I! The only wayis
She said I was her first lover.
There are other women in the world.
Toledo? Señor Toledo!
Don't panic!
I must thin k it all over again.
More carefully this time.
Señor I
Farewell, my friends.
Your sword.
He leads an exhausting life, I must sa y.
There should be a ladder under every window.
J ust in case.
Whas up?
The officers of the guard are sorting out a problem.
Must have been a dilemma.
There were other reasons too.
I s what you said true?
I never back down.
If I 'm not mista k en, that brave officer was your father.
The chronicles of his duels mention those events.
I n order to avoid an argument, he duelled twice that da y,
wounded fiv e in the afternoon and six more in the evening.
He did right, or there'd have been an unnecessary argument!
And this is the end of the story.
You wanted me to tell of my adv entures,
and I don't thin k you regret your curiosity.
We must part.
The hour of parting...
I 'm very sorry... also has its sweetness.
I mportant affairs are calling you.
But you said...
I don't thin k, señor, you'v e got much time left.
Alfonso Van Worden, we're waiting for you.
Who are you?
My name will tell you nothing.
Welcome to Gomelez's land.
You must recognize the hermit in me,
and thus guess that I am the Shei k of the Gomelez.
You are here because you have not disappointed us.
Well, I 'm a captain of the guard.
Is time for me to reveal our secret.
The Prophet has blessed your love.
they will both soon be mothers and continue the family line.
We'v e been to ying with you long enough
to ma k e sure that your first night in Venta Quemada
will be fruitful for the Gomelez family,
as you are the only male heir to ourvanishing line.
Everything you have been through was a planned game,
meant to test your honor and courage.
Your men were the ghosts and spirits?
And the Cabalist?
So was Pashek o.
He is a Basque acrobat
and he lost an eye performing some dangerous acrobatics.
If you sayVelasquez was also involv ed, I won't believe it.
This heretic caused us a lot of trouble
and we are putting our hopes in Rebecca's hands.
I n this book is everything you saw and experienced.
Ma ybe I can put it all in some order at last.
The rest you can write yourself.
MayAllah send the dew of happiness on your head.
Kiss him, Zibelda.
I will be happyseeing him in your arms.
Whenever I see you, I am always afraid I won't see you again.
Perhaps we won't meet again.
But we want to liv e in your memory forever.
The hour of parting also has its sweetness.
But now I know everything,
so tell me really who you are.
Close your eyes.
And when you hear your name, follow us.
Can we ma k e it before dark?
We can.
This time we can.
For sure.
Where have you been?
The mules have escaped.
Off we go on our wa y.
And hurry!
You must see to him.
A nice room and some peace are the adv antages of our inn.
For a long time, they thought I was missing.
Everybody was overjoyed to see me.
Only the shei k was saddened to see me wea k
and my health damaged.
A meal for the señor, quick.
Two foreign ladies, who are spending the night at this inn,
would like to in vite you for supper.
Whas that? Where?
The End
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