Black Opium

  • Title: Black Opium
  • Author: Claude Farrère
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • [PDF] Read ↠ Black Opium : by Claude Farrère - Black Opium, Black Opium Follow the narrator through a smoke hazed vision of opium dens in the Orient cat fights among the cream of New Orleans Creole society and the nightmare corridors of his own private hell soaked in t
    [PDF] Read ↠ Black Opium : by Claude Farrère - Black Opium, Black Opium Follow the narrator through a smoke hazed vision of opium dens in the Orient cat fights among the cream of New Orleans Creole society and the nightmare corridors of his own private hell soaked in t

    • [PDF] Read ↠ Black Opium : by Claude Farrère
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    Black Opium

    About Claude Farrère


    1. Claude Farr re, pseudonym of Fr d ric Charles Bargone, was a French author of novels set in such exotic locations as Istanbul, Saigon Nagasaki One of his novels, Les civilis s The Civilized won the 1st Prix Goncourt, for 1905 He was elected for a chair at the Acad mie Fran aise on 3 26 35 Initially, however, he imitated his father, an infantry colonel who served in the French colonies enlisting with the naval academy in 1894, he was made lieutenant in 1906 was promoted to captain during 1918 He resigned in 1919 to concentrate on his writing career.His works have become largely disfavoured, even by French readers To date, fewer than five websites on the World Wide Web offer his works, and fewer than 100 websites give him even a cursory mention.


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    1. Parfait m taphore de la fascination europ enne par des us et coutumes des nations de l extr me orient.

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