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The Historical Nights' Entertainment

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The Historical Nights' Entertainment
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Publisher: Feedbooks
ISBN/ASIN: 8132006429
Number of pages: 252

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I set myself the task of reconstructing, in the fullest possible detail and with all the colour available from surviving records, a group of more or less famous events. I would select for my purpose those which were in themselves bizarre and resulting from the interplay of human passions, and whilst relating each of these events in the form of a story, I would compel that story scrupulously to follow the actual, recorded facts without owing anything to fiction...

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