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The fencing master

The fencing master

life in Russia

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Published by Methuen in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

This translation was first published in December, 1904.

Statementby Alexandre Dumas ; translated by Alfred Allinson.
SeriesThe novels of Alexandre Dumas
ContributionsAllinson, Alfred.
The Physical Object
Pagination320p. ;
Number of Pages320
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17266757M

Get this from a library! The fencing master. [Arturo Pérez-Reverte; Margaret Jull Costa] -- Everyone in Madrid in the torrid fall of is discussing political plots and revolution except for Don Jaime. He is a fencing master and man of honor, an anachronism. For years he has been working. The Fencing Master By Arturo Perez-Reverte Translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa Harcourt Brace. pp. $ Reviewed by Michael Dirda, whose internet address is [email protected]

Another colorful novel of intrigue from accomplished Spanish author Perez-Reverte (The Seville Communion, , etc.). The setting is Madrid in a time of political unrest as self-indulgent Queen Isabelle II's hold on the throne grows shaky and numerous anti-royalist and revolutionary groups jostle for advantage. At the same time, tradition reposes serenely in the virtually cloistered. "The Fencing Master", a short story by Dave Gross, was released as Pathfinder Tales web fiction in September The story provides a glimpse of Count Varian Jeggare's past in the city of (s): Dave Gross.

The denouement of this book is outstanding, as Don Jaime must rely on all of his emotional and physical resources to oppose the forces of evil that are closing in on him. The Fencing Master is a tour de force that left me breathless with admiration. Amazon readers rating: from 85 reviews; Read the first chapter of The Fencing Master at the. The Fencing Master Book Summary and Study Guide. Arturo Perez-Reverte Booklist Arturo Perez-Reverte Message Board. Chapter Analysis of The Fencing Master; Click on a plot link to find similar books! Plot & Themes How difficult to spot villain?


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He has become somewhat withdrawn into himself and his art of fencing not unlike some of the samurai by: 1. "The Fencing Master" by Arturo Perez-Reverte is a throwback to another time in fact, even within the time setting of the story, the protagonist (a fencing master, go figure) is a throwback to another time, an era of pure honor and purer scruples.

Of course, such an era has never existed, /5. The book is in fact a travelogue in 's Russia, and quite good at that despite the misleading title. It contains many interesting details of life in Russia at that time, particularly in St.

Petersburg. The only way fencing contributes to the plot (such as it is) is that due to being a fencing master to nobles and high ranking officers, the protagonist is privy to goings on in the Czar's court. A good read for those /5(4). The Fencing Master combines character study with mystery.

The protagonist is a ish fencing master with a dark secret from his youth in s Spain in a time of political upheaval. He has become somewhat withdrawn into himself and his art of fencing not unlike some of the samurai tales/5(). The Fencing Master combines character study with mystery.

The protagonist is a ish fencing master with a dark secret from his youth in s Spain in a time of political upheaval. He has become somewhat withdrawn into himself and his art of fencing not unlike some of the samurai tales/5().

An interesting book by Dumas. Set after the Napoleonic Wars of a French Fencing Master travelling and and through Russia.

It catalogues his observations of Russians, Russian Life and the scenery. On one side, this is a wonderful story by Dumas, it is a change of tact from his usual style focusing on the French Royal Family/5. The novel The Fencing Master is a story about an aging master of the art of fencing who finds himself involved in a murder mystery.

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If a person is looking for the more ostentatious action of the Club Dumas, then be prepared for disappointment. The action in this book doesn't spike until the end, /5(29). In THE FENCING MASTER, the protagonist, Don Jaime Astarloa, is an honored and honorable aging fencing master, and the female lead is a lovely, mysterious woman, Adela de Otero, of almost 30 years, who is already more than adept at fencing, but who wants to learn from the maestro an 'unstoppable thrust' that he has developed.

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There is an interesting analogy throughout between the art of fencing (context), the more symbolic art of love (theme), and the art of political revolt (place). THE FENCING MASTER Spanish author Arturo Perez-Reverte and his translator, Margaret Jull Costa, have created a novel that may best be described as ~.

Excerpt from The Fencing Master: Life in Russia You were reading the romance of M. Dumas, The Fencing Master. How do you know that, Sire. It is not difficult to guess, since it is the last book I have prohibited.

About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. This antiquarian book contains Alexandre Dumas’s novel, “The Fencing Master – Life in Russia”. “The Fencing Master – Life in Russia” is primarily a chronicle of Dumas’s time spent traveling in Russia, and is highly recommended for those with an interest in his life and work.

Ms. Marks has written a completely engaging tale set against the backdrop of early 19th century England. The book features Madeleine, who is as the title declares, a fencing master's daughter. She is a great character, feisty and brave on one hand and completely innocent and naive on the other/5.

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