Jacquot Sans Oreilles (1873)

Jacquot Sans Oreilles (1873) Crop Eared Jacquot is a Russian story, an attempt and a highly successful one to reconstruct a picture of Russia in the latter years of the Eighteenth Century, when the power of the great Moscovite nobles was still largely unchecked, and the wild doings of an earlier and ruder period still possible, though rapidly becoming an anachronism The book was first published in 1860 the year after Dumas return from his travels in Russia and the Caucasus Also in this volume is Jane, published in 1859, also one of the several satisfactory literary results of the Russian tour. Best Read [ Jacquot Sans Oreilles (1873) ] Author [ Alexandre Dumas ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 264 pages
  • Jacquot Sans Oreilles (1873)
  • Alexandre Dumas
  • English
  • 14 November 2017
  • 1436883067

10 thoughts on “Jacquot Sans Oreilles (1873)

  1. says:

    Not his best story but I do like the way he writes.

  2. says:

    JACQUOT SANS OREILLES was written in 1860 by Dumas, right after a trip he made to Russia It is a horror novella, set in mid 18th century Russia At this time, the nobility practically owned the country, and they represented all economic and political power Throughout the book, the reader is exposed to russian culture, customs, and their very particular way of life As in most of what Dumas has written, the narration is absolutely beautiful, and the story simply flows and captures the reader T JACQUOT SANS OREILLES was written in 1860 by Dumas, right after a trip he made to Russia It is a horror novella, set in mid 18th century Russia At this time, the nobility practically owned the country, and they represented all economic and political power Throughout the book, the reader is exposed to russian culture, customs, and their very particular way of life As in most of what Dumas has written, the narration is absolutely beautiful, and the story simply flows and captures the reader The story starts with Dumas paying a visit to a town by the name of Makarief, where he is interested in visiting the Grubensky castle Once there, he finds a portrait of a young lady, who s face has been covered with black paint He decides to investigate and soon enough lays his hands of a manuscript written by Ivan Andreovitch, a peasant who worke...

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