Avro 504K by J M Bruce

By J M Bruce

Avro 504K КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Albatros - Windsock DataFile. #028. Avro 504KСерия: Windsock DataFile 28Автор(ы): J M BruceЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1998Количество страниц: 39ISBN: 0-94814-32-4Формат: pdf (72 dpi) 2480x3500Размер: 51.1 mbRapid fifty one

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During the Boer War, he took a pro-Boer stand on the platform and in his writing. Between 1900 and 1910, he turned out numerous essays touching on political, philosophical, literary and other topics, and reveling in fierce but friendly debate. Chesterton’s first attempt at fiction was The Club of Queer Trades (1905), a half-parody of Sherlock Holmes stories. This was followed three years later by the more widely regarded The Man Who Was Thursday, which became his central contribution to the evolution of the genre.

100 He simply observes that “there were no rifles or pistols in this apartment, but round the walls of it were hung more dubious and dreadful shapes, things that 99 Atkins 1984, 265. 100 McCormick and Fletcher 1990, 49. 43 Neutral Ground looked like the bulbs of iron plants, or the eggs of iron birds. ”101 Chesterton, in an age when the double-agent was almost unheard of in fact — except perhaps in Conrad’s Czarist Russia — anticipates a scenario more frequently employed in later espionage novels: two rival agents who have exchanged confidences confronting one another.

100 McCormick and Fletcher 1990, 49. 43 Neutral Ground looked like the bulbs of iron plants, or the eggs of iron birds. ”101 Chesterton, in an age when the double-agent was almost unheard of in fact — except perhaps in Conrad’s Czarist Russia — anticipates a scenario more frequently employed in later espionage novels: two rival agents who have exchanged confidences confronting one another. And, in this instance, after a series of such confrontations, it is Syme who discovers that the other council members are, in reality, also detectives; but, too, real anarchists.

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