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The four feathers

Author: A E W Mason; Gary Hoppenstand
Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, 2001.
Series: Penguin twentieth-century classics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
"Just before his regiment sails off to war in the Sudan, British officer Harry Feversham quits the military. He is immediately given four white feathers symbols of cowardice one each by his three best friends and one by his fiancee. To disprove this grave dishonor, Harry dons an Arabian disguise and leaves for the Sudan, where he anonymously comes to the aid of his three friends, saving each of their lives."--Back  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Adventure stories
War stories
Action and adventure fiction
Fiction
War fiction
Adventure fiction
Love stories
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: A E W Mason; Gary Hoppenstand
ISBN: 0142180017 9780142180013
OCLC Number: 47098760
Description: xxix, 284 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: A Crimean Night --
Captain Trench and a Telegram --
The Last Ride Together --
The Ball at Lennon House --
The Pariah --
Harry Feversham's Plan --
The Last Reconnaissance --
Lieutenant Sutch Is Tempted to Lie --
At Glenalla --
The Wells of Obak --
Durrance Hears News of Feversham --
Durrance Sharpens His Wits --
Durrance Begins to See --
Captain Willoughby Reappears --
The Story of the First Feather --
Captain Willoughby Retires --
The Melusine Overture --
The Answer to the Overture --
Mrs. Adair Intervenes --
East and West --
Ethne Makes Another Slip --
Durrance Lets His Cigar Go Out --
Mrs. Adair Makes Her Apology --
On the Nile --
Lieutenant Sutch Comes Off the Half-Pay List --
General Feversham's Portraits Are Appeased --
The House of Stone --
Plans of Escape --
Colonel Trench Assumes a Knowledge of Chemistry --
The Last of the Southern Cross --
Feversham Returns to Ramelton --
In the Church at Glenalla --
Ethne Again Plays the Melusine Overture.
Series Title: Penguin twentieth-century classics.
Responsibility: A.E.W. Mason ; edited with an introduction by Gary Hoppenstand.

Abstract:

"Just before his regiment sails off to war in the Sudan, British officer Harry Feversham quits the military. He is immediately given four white feathers symbols of cowardice one each by his three best friends and one by his fiancee. To disprove this grave dishonor, Harry dons an Arabian disguise and leaves for the Sudan, where he anonymously comes to the aid of his three friends, saving each of their lives."--Back cover.

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