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(France)Alexandre Dumas 
Black Tulip (selected translation masterworks) 

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Intense political struggle and turbulent life in the The Bourgeois Revolution of the Netherland in the 17th century are set as background in The Black Tulip (selected translation masterworks). The protagonist Cornelius van Baerle is a young doctor ignorant politics. He is interested in cultivating tulip and is trying to grow a large pure black tulip without any other color because the first man to grow a black tulip would be awarded with a considerable bonus. Boxtel, neighbor of Baerle planned to cultivate black tulip to win the prize. Boxtel was jealous about Baerle and feared about his success. He watch the move of Baerle and attempted to destroy his tulip by every means. In addition, he falsely accuse Baerle”s hide of the letter of Dutch governor. This accuse led to the imprisonment and almost death of Baerle. The Black Tulip (selected translation masterworks) showed us scenes of dramatic and touching stories by focusing on black tulip.
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Format EPUB ● ISBN 9787532762736 ● Publisher CNPeReading ● Published 2014 ● Downloadable 3 times ● Currency EUR ● ID 5401769 ● Copy protection Adobe DRM
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