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The historical nights' entertainment

Author: Rafael Sabatini
Publisher: New York : Houghton, 1924.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rafael Sabatini
OCLC Number: 10003377
Notes: First and second series.
--The hermosa fembra: an episode of the Inquisition in Seville. The pastry-cook of Madrigal: the story of the false Sebastian of Portugal. The end of the "vert galant": the assassination of Henry IV. The barren wooing: the murder of Amy Robsart. Sir Judas: the betrayal of Sir Walter Raleigh. His Insolence of Buckingham: George Villiers' courtship of Anne of Austria. The path of exile: the fall of Lord Clarendon. The tragedy of Herrenhausen: Count Philip Königsmark and the Princess Sophia Dorothea. The tyrannicide: Charlotte Corday and Jean Paul Marat. The honour of Varano. The lust of conquest. The Pasquinade.
Description: 2 volumes (xii, 387; xvi, 404 pages, 2 pages of plates) ; 21 cm
Contents: First series: The night of Holyrood: the murder of David Rizzio. The night of Kirk o'Field: the murder of Darnley. The night of betrayal: Antonio Perez and Philip II of Spain. The night of charity: the case of the Lady Alice Lisle. The night of massacre: the story of the St. Bartholomew. The night of witchcraft: Louis XIV and Madame de Montespan. The night of gems: the affaire of the queen's necklace. The night of terror: the drownings at Nantes under Carrier. The night of nuptials: Charles the Bold and Sapphira Danvelt. The night of stranglers: Giovanna of Naples and Andreas of Hungary. The night of hate: the murder of the Duke of Gandia. The night of escape: Casanova's escape from the Plombi. The night of masquerade: the assassination of Gustavus III of Sweden.--Second series: The absolution: Affonso Henriques, first king of Portugal. The false Demetrius: Boris Godunov and the pretended son of Ivan the Terrible.
Responsibility: by Rafael Sabatini.

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