Rouletabille At Krupp's
In Rouletabille at Krupp's (1917), Gaston Leroux followed the template created by John Buchan in Greenamtle (1916), in which a heroic secret agent is conscripted to carry out an officially-sanctioned dangerous mission in enemy territory. Here, it's fearless investigative journalist Joseph Josephin, aka Rouletabille, who is sent into the heart of the Kaiser's armaments factories to destroy the giga...
Paperback: 228 pages
Publisher: Hollywood Comics (January 1, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.5 x 8 inches
Amazon Rank: 2017371
Format: PDF Text TXT ebook
- 1612271448 pdf
- 978-1612271446 pdf
- Brian Stableford pdf
- Brian Stableford ebooks
- Literature and Fiction pdf books
In a Pickle And Other Funny Idioms pdf mucosanguineous.duckdns.org A Rose for the Crown A Novel consortship.duckdns.org The Supply Chain Revolution Innovative Sourcing and Logistics for a Fiercely Competitive World download pdf Marvel Universe Crochet Crochet Kits ebook pdf anacreontic.duckdns.org The Bird in the Tree Eliot Family Trilogy The Eliot Family Trilogy ebook pdf connection crisis roots pdf download book overclouded.duckdns.org
“Phantom of the Opera. Most people have heard of that work, most likely due to the play or various movie versions. But most are probably not aware of its author, Gaston Leroux. Or his other works, including Rouletabille, a dashing young journalist who...”
tic German super-weapon Titania, capable of annihilating Paris itself in a single shot. The novel displays Leroux's fascination with, and talent for, the bizarre. As a reflection of the imaginative concerns of the French in 1917 and the revised policy of wartime propaganda that took full effect in that year, it has a stark specificity and punctiliousness that are unmatched.