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9781410102348 - Marshall Monroe Monroe Kirkman: Romance of Alexander and Roxana
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Marshall Monroe Monroe Kirkman (?):

Romance of Alexander and Roxana (?)

ISBN: 9781410102348 (?) or 1410102343, in english, Press Holdings International, Paperback, New

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Romance-of-Alexander-and-Roxana~~Marshall-Monroe-Monroe-Kirkman, Romance of Alexander and Roxana, paperback
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ISBN (alternative notations): 1-4101-0234-3, 978-1-4101-0234-8
9781410102348 - Marshall Monroe Kirkman: The Romance of Alexander and Roxana
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Marshall Monroe Kirkman (?):

The Romance of Alexander and Roxana (?)

ISBN: 9781410102348 (?) or 1410102343, in english, Fredonia Books (NL), New

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Marshall Monroe Kirkman, Books, Fiction and Literature, The Romance of Alexander and Roxana, This story of love and adventure follows the career of Alexander the Great. The romance was suggested by studies of the times of Philip of Macedon and Alexander, and it was because of the interest it excited, and not a desire to write an historical romance, that they had their origin.The novel is followed by a chapter giving an historical account of the life and deeds of the heroic prince during the period covered by the love story.The romantic love of Alexander for Roxana has interested mankind for two thousand years, and will continue to interest it as long as the world lasts. Scarcely less interesting are the picturesque events connected with the tragic lives of Darius, the Persian king, and his beautiful Queen, Statira, of which this story has much to say. The romance deals with the lives of many exalted men and women, not because they are exalted or of historical interest, but that they form a part of the love story.The romantic nature of Alexander's life and conquests makes his history in itself as interesting as the most absorbing novel.
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ISBN (alternative notations): 1-4101-0234-3, 978-1-4101-0234-8
9781410102348 - Marshall Monroe Kirkman: The Romance of Alexander and Roxana
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Marshall Monroe Kirkman (?):

The Romance of Alexander and Roxana (2003) (?)

ISBN: 9781410102348 (?) or 1410102343, in english, Intl Law & Taxation Publ, Paperback, New

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The Romance of Alexander and Roxana, Taschenbuch, 01.05.2003
Seller order number: 4235954
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Category: Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher, Buch (fremdspr.)
Keywords: Fiction - Historical#FICTION / Historical
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ISBN (alternative notations): 1-4101-0234-3, 978-1-4101-0234-8
9780559647819 - The Prince
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The Prince (?)

ISBN: 9780559647819 (?) or 0559647816, in english, Bibliolife, Paperback, New

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The Prince: paperback: BiblioLife: 9780559647819: 14 Nov 2008
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9780559647819 - Marshall Monroe Kirkman: The Prince: A Romance of the Camp and Court of Alexander the Great
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Marshall Monroe Kirkman (?):

The Prince: A Romance of the Camp and Court of Alexander the Great (?)

ISBN: 9780559647819 (?) or 0559647816, in english, BiblioLife, New

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Marshall Monroe Kirkman, Books, History, The Prince: A Romance of the Camp and Court of Alexander the Great, This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
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ISBN (alternative notations): 0-559-64781-6, 978-0-559-64781-9
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