“Oceola, seminolide pealik” Thomas Mayne Reid (nr 984)

“Oceola, seminolide pealik” Thomas Mayne Reid (nr 984)


One of the most prominent works of the Irish-born English writer Thomas Mayne Reid (1818-1883), the author of a large number of romantic adventure novels, fictionalizes real historical events on the Florida peninsula in the 1830s, describing them through the mouth of the self-narrator, young George Randolph.
With great sympathy, the author depicts the desperate resistance of the small Seminole tribal confederation to the onslaught of the colonizers and the leader of their righteous struggle, the noble hero Oceola.
The same writer has also published the novel «Headless Horseman».
Language: Estonian

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Publisher: Eesti Raamat
City: Tallinn
Year: 1979
Original language: English
Translator: Ester Heinaste
Pages: 368

Condition: book in good condition

Dimensions: 135 × 205 mm
Size: standard format, hardcover