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9781592243617 - Scott, Walter / Scott, Walter: Quentin Durward - Libro

Scott, Walter / Scott, Walter (?):

Quentin Durward (?)

Entrega de: Estados Unidos de AméricaLibro está en idioma inglés
ISBN:

9781592243617 (?) o 1592243614

, en inglés, Wildside Press
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Quentin Durward Scott, Walter / Scott, Walter, "The latter part of the fifteenth century prepared a train of future events that ended by raising France to that state of formidable power which has ever since been from time to time the principal object of jealousy to the other European nations. Before that period she had to struggle for her very existence with the English already possessed of her fairest provinces while the utmost exertions of her King, and the gallantry of her people, could scarcely protect the remainder from a foreign yoke. Nor was this her sole danger. The princes who possessed the grand fiefs of the crown, and, in particular, the Dukes of Burgundy and Bretagne, had come to wear their feudal bonds so lightly that they had no scruple in lifting the standard against their liege and sovereign lord, the King of France, on the slightest pretence. When at peace, they reigned as absolute princes in their own provinces; and the House of Burgundy, possessed of the district so called, together with the fairest and richest part of Flanders, was itself so wealthy, and so powerful, as to yield nothing to the crown, either in splendor or in strength. "In imitation of the grand feudatories, each inferior vassal of the crown assumed as much independence as his distance from the sovereign power, the extent of his fief, or the strength of his chateau enabled him to maintain; and these petty tyrants, no longer amenable to the exercise of the law, perpetrated with impunity the wildest excesses of fantastic oppression and cruelty. . . ." -- Sir Walter Scott
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Datos de 26/03/2015 19:14h
ISBN (Notaciones alternativas): 1-59224-361-4, 978-1-59224-361-7
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9781592243617 - Scott, Walter: Quentin Durward - Libro

Scott, Walter (?):

Quentin Durward (2015) (?)

Entrega de: Estados Unidos de AméricaLibro está en idioma inglésEste es un libro de bolsilloNuevo libro
ISBN:

9781592243617 (?) o 1592243614

, en inglés, WILDSIDE PR 01/03/2015, Libro en rústica, Nuevo
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Datos de 03/04/2015 22:31h
ISBN (Notaciones alternativas): 1-59224-361-4, 978-1-59224-361-7
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9781592243617 - Sir Walter Scott: Quentin Durward (Paperback) - Libro

Sir Walter Scott (?):

Quentin Durward (Paperback) (2003) (?)

Entrega de: AlemaniaLibro está en idioma inglésEste es un libro de bolsilloNuevo libroreimpresión
ISBN:

9781592243617 (?) o 1592243614

, en inglés, Wildside Press, United States, Libro en rústica, Nuevo, reimpresión
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Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The latter part of the fifteenth century prepared a train of future events that ended by raising France to that state of formidable power which has ever since been from time to time the principal object of jealousy to the other European nations. Before that period she had to struggle for her very existence with the English already possessed of her fairest provinces while the utmost exertions of her King, and the gallantry of her people, could scarcely protect the remainder from a foreign yoke. Nor was this her sole danger. The princes who possessed the grand fiefs of the crown, and, in particular, the Dukes of Burgundy and Bretagne, had come to wear their feudal bonds so lightly that they had no scruple in lifting the standard against their liege and sovereign lord, the King of France, on the slightest pretence. When at peace, they reigned as absolute princes in their own provinces; and the House of Burgundy, possessed of the district so called, together with the fairest and richest part of Flanders, was itself so wealthy, and so powerful, as to yield nothing to the crown, either in splendor or in strength. In imitation of the grand feudatories, each inferior vassal of the crown assumed as much independence as his distance from the sovereign power, the extent of his fief, or the strength of his chateau enabled him to maintain; and these petty tyrants, no longer amenable to the exercise of the law, perpetrated with impunity the wildest excesses of fantastic oppression and cruelty. . . . -- Sir Walter Scott
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Categoría: Fiction|Action & Adventure|General, Social Science|Folklore & Mythology, Fiction|Literary
Datos de 03/04/2015 22:31h
ISBN (Notaciones alternativas): 1-59224-361-4, 978-1-59224-361-7
Entrada de archivo:
9781592243617 - Scott, Walter: Quentin Durward - Libro

Scott, Walter (?):

Quentin Durward (?)

Entrega de: Estados Unidos de AméricaLibro está en idioma inglésEste es un libro de bolsilloNuevo libro
ISBN:

9781592243617 (?) o 1592243614

, en inglés, Libro en rústica, Nuevo
This item is printed on demand. Item doesn't include CD/DVD.
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Datos de 03/04/2015 22:31h
ISBN (Notaciones alternativas): 1-59224-361-4, 978-1-59224-361-7
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9781592243617 - Walter Scott: Quentin Durward - Libro

Walter Scott (?):

Quentin Durward (2003) (?)

Entrega de: Estados Unidos de AméricaLibro está en idioma inglésEste es un libro de bolsilloLibro usado, no un nuevo libro.
ISBN:

9781592243617 (?) o 1592243614

, en inglés, 472 páginas, Wildside Press, Libro en rústica, Utiliza
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"The latter part of the fifteenth century prepared a train of future events that ended by raising France to that state of formidable power which has ever since been from time to time the principal object of jealousy to the other European nations. Before that period she had to struggle for her very existence with the English already possessed of her fairest provinces while the utmost exertions of her King, and the gallantry of her people, could scarcely protect the remainder from a foreign yoke. Nor was this her sole danger. The princes who possessed the grand fiefs of the crown, and, in particular, the Dukes of Burgundy and Bretagne, had come to wear their feudal bonds so lightly that they had no scruple in lifting the standard against their liege and sovereign lord, the King of France, on the slightest pretence. When at peace, they reigned as absolute princes in their own provinces; and the House of Burgundy, possessed of the district so called, together with the fairest and richest part of Flanders, was itself so wealthy, and so powerful, as to yield nothing to the crown, either in splendor or in strength. "In imitation of the grand feudatories, each inferior vassal of the crown assumed as much independence as his distance from the sovereign power, the extent of his fief, or the strength of his chateau enabled him to maintain; and these petty tyrants, no longer amenable to the exercise of the law, perpetrated with impunity the wildest excesses of fantastic oppression and cruelty. . . ." -- Sir Walter Scott, Paperback, Label: Wildside Press, Wildside Press, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2003-09-01, Studio: Wildside Press, Verkaufsrang: 14869936
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Palabras clave: African American, Alternate History, Biographical, Christian, Cultural Heritage, Fantasy, Jewish, Military, Mysteries, Short Stories & Anthologies, Thrillers, Books, Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Historical, Contemporary, Literary
Datos de 03/04/2015 22:31h
ISBN (Notaciones alternativas): 1-59224-361-4, 978-1-59224-361-7