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1913. Illustrations in color by Andre Castaigne and black and white by Arthur William Brown. The novel begins: It began somewhere in the middle of the world, between London which is the beginning and New York which is the end, where all things are east of the one and west of the other. To be precise, a forlorn landing on the west bank of the muddy turbulent Irrawaddy, reme...more
Hardcover, 356 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by Kessinger Publishing (first published 1913)
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Poor little forgotten book. Will no one review or even rate you? Come, let me take you under my wing.

Warrington is a self-exhiled American knocking around the world, mainly in Asia, until he strikes it rich in oil and plans to rectify past mistakes. Elsa Chetwood is a rich American heiress travelling here and there mainly to avoid the marriage she agreed to back in the States. Different people keep telling her how unusual and dangerous it is for a woman to be travelling alone without the protect...more
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