John Penrose: A Romance of the Land's End

Forsideomslag
Cornwall Editions Ltd, 2004 - 289 sider
Set in the countryside near Panzance is the early nineteenth century, this engaging novel chronciles the adventures of John Penrose, a farm labourer's son - from poaching on the moors and smuggling to a near-fatal skirmish. Full of rich character and vivid depictions of the countryside, wildlife and farming customs, John Penrose is a thoroughly entertaining read, offering a fascinating portrait of life in rural Cornwall.
 

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CHAPTER
1
CHAPTER II
8
CHAPTER III
18
CHAPTER IV
29
CHAPTER V
38
CHAPTER VI
46
CHAPTER VII
54
CHAPTER VIII
64
CHAPTER XIX
149
CHAPTER XXI
164
CHAPTER XXII
170
CHAPTER XXIII
178
CHAPTER XXIV
185
CHAPTER XXVI
193
CHAPTER XXIX
209
CHAPTER XXX
215

CHAPTER IX
73
CHAPTER X
80
CHAPTER XI
87
CHAPTER XII
93
CHAPTER XIII
102
MYSTERIOUS HAPPENINGS S
114
CHAPTER XVII
130
CHAPTER XVIII
138
CHAPTER XXXII
225
CHAPTER XXXIV
238
CHAPTER XXXV
244
CHAPTER XXXVII
259
CHAPTER XXXVIII
267
CHAPTER XXXIX
277
GLOSSARY S
284
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