Mysteries of Paris — Volume 02

Publisher Description

The surprised lapidary rose and opened the door. Two men entered the garret. One of them was tall and thin, with a face mean and pimpled, surrounded by thick, grayish whiskers; he held in his hand a stout loaded cane, and wore a shapeless hat and a large green greatcoat, covered with mud, and buttoned close up to the neck; the black velvet collar, much worn, exposed to view his long, bare, red throat, which resembled a vulture's. This man was one Malicorne. The other was short and thick-set, his countenance equally mean, and his hair red. He was dressed with an attempt at finery, quite ridiculous.

RELEASED
1857
1 January
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
711
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
455.1
KB

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