Descrizione dell’editore

The story told is quite good one, but is rather spoilt by the author's insistence on showing how clever he is by calling the animals and plants that appear in the story, by their Latin names. Two young brothers, the sons of a Russian nobleman, ask their father if they may spend a while travelling the world. He agrees, but lays down two conditions: one, that they should bring back the skins, in good condition, of every species of bear there is; two, that they should proceed from east to west, or from west to east, without doubling back on their tracks, except, of course, while actually engaged in the chase.

GENERE
Ragazzi
PUBBLICATO
1883
1 gennaio
LINGUA
EN
Inglese
PAGINE
373
EDITORE
Public Domain
DIMENSIONE
581.8
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