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A Romance Of The West Indies

Auhtor: Eugene Sue

Language: english

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Review by O. Brown, January 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Romance Of The West Indies':

Albert Eugene Kahn (May 11 1912 - September 15 1979 also known as Alfred) was an American journalist photographer author and nephew of modernist industrial architect Albert Kahn. Albert E. Kahns father Moritz Kahn was senior engineer in the firm who set up the Kahn brothers Soviet Union operation in conjunction with Gosproekstroi. He was the American Labor Party candidate in the 1948 elections for New Yorks 25th congressional district.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Romance Of The West Indies':


... in extreme cases the chevalier had all kinds of reasoning for his use he said: Fate is implacable against me, it chooses well-it cannot mistake-instead ...
... spoke: But, my brave hunter, alas! all glory is bought I wished to see you, I have seen you. Very well, go your way, then, said the buccaneer, ...
... beautiful one, just what that comrade Hurricane said, 'Marry, a thousand devils marry! if you desire to, for husbands are rare, for one never knows ...
... bed-chamber, whose windows opened on the beautiful garden of which we have already spoken. You have been a soldier or a sportsman, brother, ...
... and lower a boat this boat was propelled through the waves to the entrance of the port, while the frigate rode at anchor and waited for it. ...
... you not, to offer you some of the diamonds of which you were so enamored before you had seen me. The chevalier blushed with shame and anger the ...
... if I kill you it is evident that I shall be killed in turn, either by your slaves or your familiars, the filibuster or the buccaneer, or by the French ...
... me. Blood! oh, do not fear that the chevalier will run no danger. In spite of my desire to avert the danger that threatened from ourselves, ...
... wishing so far as possible, to continue to you the protection which had surrounded you during his life, and, fearing that his successor would begin ...
... a word, sir, said Croustillac, turning toward the envoy with an indignant and sorrowful manner, you know why I returned, what my plans were what ...
... triple chin, his lips thick and crimson, his nose long and flat at the end, his small and lively gray eyes, gave him a certain resemblance to Rabelais ...
... in tears, and pressing the young woman to his heart, how can you ever forgive me the murder of Sidney, my friend, my brother, your only relative, ...
... in this world would I choose to begin an enterprise so important as ours under the influence of an hour which I believe to be fatal to me. Beside, ...
... a day! To see again in flesh and blood a friend, a companion in arms whom we had believed dead, whom we had wept for for five years! Ah! you do not ...
... De Chemerant, you are as culpable as this miserable scoundrel. But, my lords, the English envoy was deceived as well as I. It is ...
... have all kinds of society talents how can one believe that the rich owners of these colonies, will be so blind, so stupid, as not to profit by the ...
... penetrating tone which contrasted greatly with his ordinary language, oh, this time, no-it was not chance, but the providence of the good God which ...
... Then he resumed: Ah, well! my lord, what say you to my Griffen idea? I say, my friend, that it is an idle hope. Father Griffen is without ...
... scent of this aromatic tree. How this juice is flavored. Add a little of the orange sugar, and then tell me if the Lord has not blessed his creatures ...
... and boldly struck out for the shore while their companions turned at the edge of this calm, regained the open, and disappeared after having braved ...