The Pirate: A Romance, 1 tomas

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James Crissy, 1826
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A facsimile copy of an early imprint, difficult to read so I bought a Kindle edition, much better for my old eyes. Tale is excellent for anyone with an interest in the Orkney Islands but a bit ... Skaityti visą apžvalgą

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"Scott's buccaneers in "The Pirate" are admirable, but they lack something human which we find here [in Treasure Island]." --Through the Magic Door, p. 264 Skaityti visą apžvalgą

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