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The Trappers of Arkansas: Or the Loyal Heart (1864)

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Dobrodružný román francouzského spisovatele (1818-1883), autora řady dobrodružných a námořních románů, uvádí do ovzduší americké prérie z konce třicátých let minulého století, kdy Indiáni bojují svůj "nekonečný a předem ztracený boj s bílými osídlenci". Napínavý děj, plný zápletek a překvapení, nelíčí Indiány jednostranně, ale tak, jací opravdu byli. Převyprávěná verze ...more
Hardcover, 348 pages
Published December 1st 2008 by Kessinger Publishing (first published 1864)
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I noticed some similarities with the book of Manuel Payno "Los bandidos de Río Frío", and it's understood because both books were written just in the middle of the XIX century. I really enjoyed the way that Aimard accurately described Mexican customs, way of living and how the Rule of the Meadow was going on. Braveness, abnegation, courage, honour... All of them ruled the destiny of our characters.

I do not know why Aimard is not well known around the reader circle, but for whomever who has read
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As he once said, he was the son of two people who were married, ‘but not with each other.’ His father, François Sébastiani de la Porta (1775–1851) was a general in Napoleon’s army and one of the ambassadors of the Louis Philippe government. Sébastini was married to the Duchess de Coigny. In 1806 the couple produced a daughter: Alatrice-Rosalba Fanny. Shortly after her birth the mother died. Fanny ...more
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