The Pagan Madonna

The Pagan Madonna Not sure what I expected with this book and the title thereof, but I found the story a very enjoyable drama with the characters handled deftly handled It is a end of the war story as a young woman and a captain are returning to America from Russia and they get caught up in a grand theft and kidnapped aboard a yacht of a art collector, which is where things are to get really interesting. Best EPub, The Pagan Madonna By Harold MacGrath This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book The Pagan Madonna , Essay By Harold MacGrath Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You Pleasant tale, psychological drama than actual action adventure I ll have to try from this author later. kindle cloud A little repetitive in places, but the characters and plot are truly engaging I couldn t help but laugh on a number of occasions at their plight and the games they all played It s a quick and entertaining read. Cute old fashioned , improbable a fun read the librivox production is worth the download and listen, esp on a long summer afternoon an adventure story. Harold MacGrath s intriguing novel This novel was written in 1921, which is re created in a digital format, by the bestselling American novelist Harold MacGrath The Pagan Madonna is one of a number of novels and short stories he wrote, and some of his novels have made into movies during the Hollywood s silent era This story is set in Shanghai, China and narrates a story of a millionaire art collector Anthony Cleigh who cuts into the paths of Jane Norman, a Red Cross nurse from the United States, Ling Foo, a shifty pawn shop keeper, and Cleigh s son, Dennison The rational is simple Jane buys a string of pearls unknowingly that it is a precious piece of antique and has huge monetary value Cleigh schemes to abduct her and retrieve the merchandise This intrigue over a personal ornament turns the lives of four people upside down by Chance the Blind Madonna of the Pagan In this adventurous story, would you give a chance for love between Jane and Dennison Or will it be lost like so many others into thin air The last few pages turn into a sentimental breakup for Jane and Denny The conversation becomes very collected, self possessed, serene, and tranquil The relationship ends in a grand finale Denny gives jewelry box to Jane and asks her to open it Between the layers of cotton wool she finds a single pearl as large as a hazelnut, pink as the Oriental dawn One side it is slightly depressed, as though some mischievous, inquisitive mermaid had touched it in passing Oh, the lovely thing she gasps The lovely thing But, Denny, I can t accept it And how are you going to refuse it Keep it It is an emblem of what you are, honey The poor devil And he put his arm round her He understood Why not There are certain attractions which are irresistible, and Jane was unconscious of her possessions Jane tells him, I am leaving to night Bought a sloop down there, and I m going back there to live Tired of human beings Tired of myself The lagoon is like turquoise and the land like emerald and the sky a benediction There was a spell of silence and immobility Denny couldn t believe her for Jane a little shiver ran over her But that is the way it is going to roll down She was determined It is an irresistible thought for Jane who needs time to contemplate on her own, far away But it is also a reminder of a soul lost in a purely material world searching for inner peace.A movie with the same title The Pagan Madonna was produced in 1980 by the Hungarian Director Bujtor Istv n that also deals with similar intrigue, theft, conspiracy and collusion Recommended to readers interested in historical fictions and the work of Harold MacGrath. Theft, a kidnapping, a beautiful young woman, a yacht captain Can a longing for adventure be quenched, can a hardened heart be melted, would you believe in chance, romance Read it here for free

Harold MacGrath September 4, 1871 October 30, 1932 was a bestselling American novelist, short story writer, and screenwriter.Also known occasionally as Harold McGrath, he was born in Syracuse, New York As a young man, he worked as a reporter and columnist on the Syracuse Herald newspaper until the late 1890s when he published his first novel, a romance titled Arms and the Woman According to

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 192 pages
  • The Pagan Madonna
  • Harold MacGrath
  • English
  • 13 May 2018

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