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司馬徽再薦名士,劉玄德三顧草廬 - Sima Hui Recommends A Scholar To Liu Bei; Liu Bei Pays Three Visits To The Sleeping Dragon Ridge

10 司馬徽再... :
玄德惆悵不已。張飛曰:「既不見,自歸去罷了。」玄德曰:「且待片時。」雲長曰:「不如且歸,再使人來探聽。」玄德從其言,囑付童子:「如先生回,可言劉備拜訪。」遂上馬,行數里,勒馬回觀隆中景物,果然山不高而秀雅,水不深而澄清;地不廣而平坦,林不大而茂盛;猿鶴相親,松篁交翠,觀之不已。忽見一人,容貌軒昂,丰姿俊爽,頭戴逍遙巾,身穿皂布袍,杖藜從山僻小路而來。玄德曰:「此必臥龍先生也。」急下馬向前施禮,問曰:「先生非臥龍否?」其人曰:「將軍是誰?」玄德曰:「劉備也。」其人曰:「吾非孔明,乃孔明之友,博陵崔州平也。」玄德曰:「久聞大名,幸得相遇。乞即席地權坐,請教一言。」
Sima Hui Recommends A...:
The disappointment was keen.
"Let us go back, since we cannot see him," said Zhang Fei.
"Wait a little time," said Liu Bei.
"It would be better to return," said Guan Yu, "then we might send to find out when this man had come back."
So Liu Bei agreed, first saying to the boy, "When the Master returns, tell him that Liu Bei has been here."
They rode away for some miles. Presently Liu Bei stopped and looked back at the surroundings of the little cottage in the wood.
The mountains were picturesque rather than grand, the water clear rather than profound, the plain was level rather than extensive, the woods luxuriant rather than thick. Gibbons ranged through the trees, and cranes waded in the shallow water. The pines and the bamboos vied with each other in verdure. It was a scene to linger upon.
While Liu Bei stood regarding it, he saw a figure coming down a mountain path. The man's bearing was lofty. He was handsome and dignified. He wore a comfortable-looking bonnet on his head, and a black robe hung about his figure in easy folds. He used a staff to help him down the steep path.
"Surely that is he!" said Liu Bei.
He dismounted and walked over to greet the stranger, whom he saluted deferentially, saying, "Are you not Master Sleeping Dragon, Sir?"
"Who are you, General?" said the stranger.
"I am Liu Bei."
"I am not Zhuge Liang, but I am a friend of his. My name is Cui Zhouping."
"Long have I known of you! I am very glad to see you," replied Liu Bei. "And now I pray you be seated just where we are, and let me receive your instruction."

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