Reuben pulled himself together, and swinging round cuffed both speakers unaccustomedly. Tsze-kung asked about friendship. The Master said, 淔aithfully admonish your friend, and skillfully lead him on. If you find him impracticable, stop. Do not disgrace yourself.? He could neither read nor speak any language other than Cherokee, but he was a close observer, and a mechanical genius, and determined to invent a system of writing his language. In some manner, Se-Quo-Yah found out that the writing of the white man consisted in the use of characters to represent sounds. At first he thought of using one character for each word; but this was not possible because there are so many words it complicated matters too much. He finally concluded that as there were eighty-six syllables in Cherokee, he would form a series of eighty-six characters to represent them. He found that these characters could be so combined as to represent every word in the Cherokee language. Many of these characters were taken from an English spelling-book which he managed to get hold of. Some are Greek characters, and others are letters of the English alphabet reversed, the rest were specially invented. 鈥淚n her abnormalities鈥? says Goethe, 鈥淣ature reveals her secrets鈥? here is an abnormality, perhaps as such, worth noting. 用下载播放器免费在线观看,手机在线观看！ "The hound!" he cried, striking his fists together, "the miserable, cowardy hound!攇one and left me攇one to be a gentleman, the lousy pig. Oh, Lard, I wish as I had him in these hands o' mine!擨'd m?ake a gentleman of him!" "One dollar, white man," was the reply. "Wot sort o' things do you paint?" Po-yu replied, 淣o. He was standing alone once, when I passed below the hall with hasty steps, and said to me, 楬ave you learned the Odes??On my replying 楴ot yet,?he added, If you do not learn the Odes, you will not be fit to converse with.?I retired and studied the Odes.