The Mouse That Roared
A whimsical cross between Kubrick and Kafka, "The Mouse That Roared" is a quirky classic of world literature, a poignant tale of political morality, and a hilarious, ultimately triumphant portrait of international relations from the perspective of the little guy.
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America ANNOUNCER anxiously Army arrow BESTON bows chairs Columbia comes COUNT MOUNTJOY deep dungeon desk double-headed eagle dressed Duchy of Grand fanfare flag of Grand form of hydrogen FOURTH SOLDIER FRAN gesturing Gloriana the Twelfth Glory goes hand Highness hurries JANE longbows mace Majesty's Government MARY military MISS JOHNSON MISS WILKINS mother MOUNT MOUNTJOY and BENTER mouse Mouse That Roared National Forest nervously nodding Pitt Meadows platform playing area pome pomegranates PRESIDENT Professor Kokintz PROFESSOR SMITH protest Q-bomb quadium radio REINER roaring scarf scroll seated SECOND SOLDIER Secretary shaking his head sharply smiling SNIPPET someone sound speak stage starts stops suddenly talk TATUM tell There's THIRD SOLDIER throne trying Tully Bascom TULLY calling TULLY'S turns two—one two—one Uncle United United States Army WAC DEBBIE WAC JILL weapons wears York York City
Politisches System Liechtensteins: Kontinuitšt und Wandel
Snippet view - 1994
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Deutsche Bibliographie: Halbjahres-Verzeichnis, Volume 1, Part 1
No preview available - 1961