The Prince of India: Or, Why Constantinople Fell

The Prince of India: Or, Why Constantinople Fell

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by Lew Wallace
     
 

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The sun shone clear and hot, and the guests in the garden were glad to rest in the shaded places of promenade along the brooksides and under the beeches and soaring pines of the avenues. Far up the extended hollow there was a basin first to receive the water from the conduit supposed to tap the aqueduct leading down from the forest of Belgrade. The noise of the little

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The sun shone clear and hot, and the guests in the garden were glad to rest in the shaded places of promenade along the brooksides and under the beeches and soaring pines of the avenues. Far up the extended hollow there was a basin first to receive the water from the conduit supposed to tap the aqueduct leading down from the forest of Belgrade. The noise of the little cataract there was strong enough to draw a quota of visitors

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ISBN-13:
9781412177542
Publisher:
eBooksLib
Publication date:
04/21/2010
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462 KB

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The Prince of India 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No character to relate to: no substance to embrace. Runciman's 153: The Fall of Constantinople was eminently readable. I had hoped this would be an equally engaging account of the demise of a major civilization. Alas, I archived it after 20 pages.