The High Place (The Biography of Manuel, Book 9)

The High Place (The Biography of Manuel, Book 9)

James Branch Cabell


"In the sulphurous The excessive position, the amoral hero Florian enters the sleeping-beauty tale and (unlike Jurgen with Helen) doesn't turn away on the sight of over the top good looks. issues occur: good looks is realistically lowered while pregnant, the first-born baby is forfeit to devil less than the pact that assured Florain's luck, and an irascible saint is raring to name down holy fireplace on transgressors. Florian treads with reference to damnation and is stored in simple terms whilst devil and the angel Michael conspire..." — The Encyclopedia of fable

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