By Mark Twain
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Extra thunder! extra lightning! activate extra rain! ” The thunder boomed, the lightning glared, the storm-winds raged, the deluge poured down. The mimic royalty at the degree, with their soaked satins clinging to their our bodies, slopped round ankle deep in water, warbling their sweetest and top, the fiddlers below the eaves of the level sawed away for pricey lifestyles, with the chilly overflow spouting down the backs in their necks, and the dry and chuffed King sat in his lofty field and wore his gloves to ribbons applauding. “More but! ” cried the King; “more yet,—let unfastened the entire thunder, activate the entire water! i'm going to grasp the fellow that increases an umbrella! ” while this such a lot great and powerful hurricane that had ever been produced in any theatre used to be ultimately over, the King’s approbation used to be measureless. He cried,— “Magnificent, impressive! Encore! Do it back! ” however the supervisor succeeded in persuading him to bear in mind the encore, and acknowledged the corporate may suppose sufficiently rewarded and complimented within the mere undeniable fact that the encore was once wanted by way of his Majesty, with out fatiguing him with a repetition to gratify their very own vainness. throughout the rest of the act the fortunate performers have been these whose elements required adjustments of gown; the others have been a soaked, bedraggled and uncomfortable lot, yet within the final measure picturesque. The level surroundings was once ruined, trap-doors have been so swollen that they wouldn’t paintings for every week in a while, the wonderful costumes have been spoiled, and no finish of teen damages have been performed by means of that impressive typhoon. It was once a royal idea—that storm—and royally performed. yet discover the moderation of the king: he didn't insist upon his encore. If he were a gladsome, unreflecting American opera-audience, he most likely may have had his typhoon repeated and repeated until eventually he drowned all these humans. bankruptcy XI The summer season days handed pleasantly in Heidelberg. We had a talented coach, and below his directions we have been getting our legs within the correct for the pondered pedestrian excursions; we have been good chuffed with the development which we had made within the German language6, and greater than chuffed with what we had complete in paintings. We had had the simplest teachers in drawing and portray in Germany,—Hämmerling, Vogel, Müller, Dietz and Schumann. 1 Hämmerling taught us panorama portray, Vogel taught us determine drawing, Müller taught us to do still-life, and Dietz and Schumann gave us a completing direction in specialties,—battle-pieces and shipwrecks. no matter what i'm in artwork I owe to those males. i've got anything of the style of every and them all; yet all of them acknowledged that I had additionally a way of my very own, and that it was once conspicuous. They acknowledged there has been a marked individuality approximately my style,—insomuch that if I ever painted the most common kind of a puppy, I might be certain to throw a anything into the element of that puppy which might retain him from being incorrect for the construction of the other artist. Secretly i wished to think these kind of style sayings, yet i couldn't; i used to be afraid that my masters’ partiality for me, and satisfaction in me, biased their judgment.