Scaramouche: A Romance of the French Revolution

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Houghton Mifflin Company, 1921 - France - 392 pages
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Scaramouche pushes the republican cause in the first years of the French Revolution, while pursuing law, politics, fencing and entertainment.
 

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Scaramouche is a long and winding journey through Revolutionary War France following the character of Andre-Louis Moreau. It starts off when his best friend is killed by a man who is trying to protect ... Read full review

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This is a swashbuckling romance/action story of a man named André-Louis Moreau who is outraged when a friend of his is coldly killed in a duel by a man named Marquis de La Tour D'Azyr, an aristocrat ... Read full review

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