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Farewell, Shanghai - Angel Wagenstein
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RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 100 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1821 edition. Excerpt: . . . Duke of Bourbon, who commanded the imperial troops in Italy, and depended on this supply for their subsistence. At the end of the first campaign (in 1524: ), Vlfolsey who had already entered into a secret correspondence with an agent in the interest of France, recalled the English troops, and privately withheld the money so anxiously expected. In this emergency the Duke of Bourbon, with the courage of desperation, attacked the French army, and obtained the celebrated victory of Pavia, in which Francis lost all but life and honor. It was, perhaps, not the least galling of Wolseys chagrins, that he had publicly to celebrate mass in honor of a-monarch who repaid his services with unkindness and contempt. Fortunately for the Cardinal, Henry, who piqued himself on preserving the equilibrium of power, became alarmed at the progress of his ally, and readily agreed to enter into clandestine engagements with the Regent Louisa, to effect the liberation of her son, and to preserve untouched, the integrity of the-French empire. It is a melancholy reflection, that, in civilised as in barbarous nations, the most unofiending or meritorious individuals are often the victims immolated to the insatiable spirit of conquest, or the calculations of sordid policy. Of this truth, one of the best scholars of the age, Dr. Richard Pace, (the meritorious successor to Dean Colet, at St. Pauls, ) was destined to become the unfortunate example. Eminently distinguished by that elegance and delicacy of taste which seem in unison with correct moral feeling: he had attracted Henrys notice by the purity and eloquence of his Latin compositions; and was frequently employed by him as a diplomatic agent in Germany and Italy. Seduced by. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, Published by J. Randell Evans on behalf of Promethean Society, 4 Parton Street, London WC1, 1933.. Octavo paperback, red overlapping paper cover, pp.337 to 400. Articles worth mentioning are: Original Sin, by Susan Isaacs; Sonnet, and Lyric, by George Barker; NEW FORCES IN GERMANY, by Lionel Howard (an important, very early comment on the Nazis); Social Democracy and Empire, by Reginald Reynolds; English Miss, a story by Eileen Russell; Enter With Him These Legends, Love, by W. H. Auden; Dons Play Bowls, a moaning article about Oxford Univeristy undergraduates by George Pendle; a small advertisement offering a home in Hertfordshire for 3 or 4 children (advertiser was Mrs. Marvill c/o 83 Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead, NW3); Stop Press, by Hugh Gordon Porteus; Neo-Fabianism and the Revolution, by W. N. Warbey [William Warbey, later a well-known left-wing politician and agitator]. Condition: cover only G; contents FINE except for a red stain which has bled through from the cover, affecting the first page and to a lesser extent the two subsequent leaves (not text affected). Packed weight 300g., Published by J. Randell Evans on behalf of Promethean Society, 4 Parton Street, London WC1, 1933., Handsel Books. Paperback. New. Paperback. 400 pages. Dimensions: 8.3in. x 5.5in. x 1.5in.Elisabeth and Theodore Weissberg, famous musicians, Hilde, a young film extra, and Vladek, an Eastern European adventurer wanted by the police on political charges, flee Nazi Germany for Shanghai at the onset of World War II. A magnet for every human ambition and vice, Shanghai is a city of extremesof dazzling wealth and wretched poverty, suffering and pleasure, and, for the four refugees, exile and safety. There, they enter the world of Jewish refugees, many of them artists and intellectuals, who must either starve or eke out an impoverished and sometimes degraded living, but they are determined to live intelligently, upholding the high culture, humor, and even, insofar as they can, the elegance of their former lives. Master storyteller Angel Wagenstein crafts an intense narrative of life and death, passionate love, and profound courage against the backdrop of the war and the millions of lives caught up in it. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Handsel Books

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Elisabeth and Theodore Weissberg, famous musicians, Hilde, a young film extra, and Vladek, an Eastern European adventurer wanted by the police on political charges, flee Nazi Germany for Shanghai at the onset of World War II. A magnet for every human ambition and vice, Shanghai is a city of extremes-of dazzling wealth and wretched poverty, suffering and pleasure, and, for the four refugees, exile and safety. There, they enter the world of Jewish refugees, many of them artists and intellectuals, who must either starve or eke out an impoverished and sometimes degraded living, but they are determined to live intelligently, upholding the high culture, humor, and even, insofar as they can, the elegance of their former lives. Master storyteller Angel Wagenstein crafts an intense narrative of life and death, passionate love, and profound courage against the backdrop of the war and the millions of lives caught up in it. Farewell, Shanghai Wagenstein, Angel / Frank, Elizabeth / Simeonova, Deliana, Handsel Books

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Elisabeth and Theodore Weissberg, famous musicians, Hilde, a young film extra, and Vladek, an Eastern European adventurer wanted by the police on political charges, flee Nazi Germany for Shanghai at the onset of World War II. A magnet for every human ambition and vice, Shanghai is a city of extremes-of dazzling wealth and wretched poverty, suffering and pleasure, and, for the four refugees, exile and safety. There, they enter the world of Jewish refugees, many of them artists and intellectuals, who must either starve or eke out an impoverished and sometimes degraded living, but they are determined to live intelligently, upholding the high culture, humor, and even, insofar as they can, the elegance of their former lives. Master storyteller Angel Wagenstein crafts an intense narrative of life and death, passionate love, and profound courage against the backdrop of the war and the millions of lives caught up in it. contemporary,education and reference,genre fiction,historical,literature and fiction,war Education & Reference, Other Press

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Elisabeth and Theodore Weissberg, famous musicians, Hilde, a young film extra, and Vladek, an Eastern European adventurer wanted by the police on political charges, flee Nazi Germany for Shanghai at the onset of World War II. A magnet for every human ambition and vice, Shanghai is a city of extremes–of dazzling wealth and wretched poverty, suffering and pleasure, and, for the four refugees, exile and safety. There, they enter the world of Jewish refugees, many of them artists and intellectuals, who must either starve or eke out an impoverished and sometimes degraded living, but they are determined to live intelligently, upholding the high culture, humor, and even, insofar as they can, the elegance of their former lives. Master storyteller Angel Wagenstein crafts an intense narrative of life and death, passionate love, and profound courage against the backdrop of the war and the millions of lives caught up in it. ANGEL WAGENSTEIN, Books, Farewell Shanghai Books, Other Press

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Farewell, Shanghai
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Wagenstein, Angel

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Farewell, Shanghai

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781590513088
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1590513088
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2008
Herausgeber: OTHER PR LLC
382 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,445 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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