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The Elusive Pimpernel电子书

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作       者:Orczy, Emmuska Orczy, Baroness

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出版时间:2017-11-28

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The Elusive Pimpernel is a swashbuckling tale of treachery andadventure set amongst the tumult of post-revolutionary France.Chauvelin has been unable to get his hands on Sir Percy Blakeney,the English aristocrat who smuggles French nobles away from theclutches of the vengeful revolutionary government. He travels toEngland in a dastardly plot to lure Blakeney to France for a duel.Blakeney is confident he can outwit Chauvelin as usual, butChauvelin plays on the Scarlet Pimpernel's one weakness - his lovefor his beautiful wife, Marguerite. The second of Baroness Orczy'snovels to feature the Scarlet Pimpernel, The Elusive Pimpernel willkeep you on the edge of your seat.
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Chapter I: Paris: 1793

Chapter II: A Retrospect

Chapter III: Ex-Ambassador Chauvelin

Chapter IV: The Richmond Gala

Chapter V: Sir Percy and His Lady

Chapter VI: For the Poor of Paris

Chapter VII: Premonition

Chapter VIII: The Invitation

Chapter IX: Demoiselle Candeille

Chapter X: Lady Blakeney’s Rout

Chapter XI: The Challenge

Chapter XII: Time—Place—Conditions

Chapter XIII: Reflections

Chapter XIV: The Ruling Passion

Chapter XV: Farewell

Chapter XVI: The Passport

Chapter XVII: Boulogne

Chapter XVIII: No. 6

Chapter XIX: The Strength of the Weak

Chapter XX: Triumph

Chapter XXI: Suspense

Chapter XXII: Not Death

Chapter XXIII The Hostage

Chapter XXIV: Colleagues

Chapter XXV: The Unexpected

Chapter XXVI: The Terms of the Bargain

Chapter XXVII: The Decision

Chapter XXVIII: The Midnight Watch

Chapter XXIX: The National Fete

Chapter XXX: The Procession

Chapter XXXI: Final Dispositions

Chapter XXXII: The Letter

Chapter XXXIII: The English Spy

Chapter XXXIV: The Angelus

Chapter XXXV: Marguerite

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