THE PRISONER OF ZENDA by ANTHONY HOPE
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Kirk Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
28 Oct 1993
From the Dover Publications Inc (New York)
edition of 1961
Originally published 1895 in London by
Henry Holt and Company
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The Prisoner of Zenda
Being the History of Three Months in the Life
of an English Gentleman
PLAN OF THE CASTLE OF
THE RASSENDYLLS--WITH A WORD ON
"I wonder when in the world you're going to
do anything, Rudolf?" said my brother's wife.
"My dear Rose," I answered, laying down my
egg-spoon, "why in the world should I do
anything? My position is a comfortable one. I
have an income nearly sufficient for my
wants (no one's income is ever quite
suf . . .