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According to the legend, Tell was an expert marksman with the crossbow who assassinated Albrecht Gessler , a tyrannical reeve of the Austrian dukes of the House of Habsburg positioned in Altdorf , in the canton of Uri. Tell's defiance and tyrannicide encouraged the population to open rebellion and a pact against the foreign rulers with neighbouring Schwyz and Unterwalden , marking the foundation of the Swiss Confederacy. Set in the early 14th century traditional date , during the rule of Albert of Habsburg , the first written records of the legend date to the latter part of the 15th century, when the Swiss Confederacy was gaining military and political influence. Tell is a central figure in Swiss national historiography , along with Arnold von Winkelried the hero of Sempach He was important as a symbol during the formative stage of modern Switzerland in the 19th century, known as the period of Restoration and Regeneration , as well as in the wider history of 18th- to 19th-century Europe as a symbol of resistance against aristocratic rule, especially in the Revolutions of against the House of Habsburg which still ruled Austria five hundred years later.
This is the short story of William Tell Story. Once upon a time, in a small village in Switzerland, lived William Tell. He was a fine archer. William could shoot an arrow better than everyone in his village. At that time the village was ruled by a very cruel man. His name was Duke Gessler. Duke Gressler treated the village people badly and made them pay high taxes.
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The people of Switzerland were not always free and happy as they are to-day. Many years ago a proud tyrant, whose name was Gessler, ruled over them, and made their lot a bitter one indeed. One day this tyrant set up a tall pole in the public square, and put his own cap on the top of it; and then he gave orders that every man who came into the town should bow down before it. But there was one man, named William Tell, who would not do this. He stood up straight with folded arms, and laughed at the swinging cap. He would not bow down to Gessler himself.
Прочитал, - сказал Хейл самодовольно, стараясь извлечь как можно больше выгоды из этой ситуации. - В одном из ваших мозговых штурмов. - Это невозможно. Я никогда не распечатываю свои мозговые штурмы. - Я знаю. Я считываю их с вашего компьютера.
Наступил момент, которого она с ужасом ждала весь этот день. Немец лежит в постели и ждет. Самый крупный мужчина из всех, с кем ей приходилось иметь. Нарочито медленно она взяла из ведерка кубик льда и начала тереть им соски. Они сразу же затвердели. Это было одной из ее многочисленных хитростей: мужчинам казалось, что она сгорает от страсти, поэтому они стремились прийти к ней снова и. Росио погладила руками свои пышные загорелые формы - дай Бог, чтобы они сохраняли свою привлекательность еще лет пять-шесть, пока она не накопит достаточно денег.
William Tell and Other Stories. March 14, | Author: Viviana Soto Santander | Category: N/A.