The Prisoner Of Zenda

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Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd, 2010 - 144 pages
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The Prizoner of Zenda has remained a popular novel for over a hundred years and the land of Ruritania has now taken its place on the map of English fiction and has inspired countless imitations in both literature and films.
 

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This book is about 1890 in Europe. Rudolf Rassendyll, the main character, was a rich young Englishman. He visited Ruritania to see the coronation of Prince Rudolf Elphberg. Rudolf Elphberg is his ... Read full review

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If you can be a king of a country,what will happen to you? Its story is about a new king and his cousin. The key of the story is that they are very similar to each other... Its story is good,because its story is uniqe to others. My favorite part of this story is the ending!! Read full review

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Novelist Anthony Hope-Hawkins was born in London, England on February 9, 1863. After attending Marlborough College and Balliol College, he became a lawyer and wrote short stories. The Prisoner of Zenda, his best-known work, was published in 1894. Due to the book's success, he became a full-time writer. During World War I, he worked for the Ministry of Information to counteract German propaganda. He was knighted for his efforts in 1918. He died of throat cancer in Surrey, England on July 8, 1933.

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