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Port Arthur, a novel;

Author: Pierre Frondaie; Elisabeth Abbott
Publisher: Philadelphia, New York J.B. Lippincott Co. [©1938]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Fiction
History
Historical fiction
War stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pierre Frondaie; Elisabeth Abbott
OCLC Number: 8989297
Description: 283, [1] pages 21 cm
Contents: Two nations and, in those two nations, two men ... --
A hero --
An amazing Russian countess --
One pigtail does not make a Chinaman --
Makarow's ratter --
Tselina's family tree --
The garden and the two children --
In which Sanyo Ivamoura shows his true nature --
In which Boris follows a wood nymph --
In which Makarow interrupts a story --
At the sign of the amorous bear --
Vassidlo wants to know how Ranewski happened to get married --
A panic-stricken Boris --
A little family scene --
The inevitable --
Three friends --
Serge Novitzski --
A conversation in a boudoir --
The eye of Tokio --
A duel in the cellar --
A duel in the cellar (continued) --
The second wave of suspicion --
Tselina benumbed --
Iago --
Scorn --
The survivor.
Responsibility: authorized translation by Elisabeth Abbott.

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