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Author: Perceval Gibbon
ISBN: 8132051610
Pages: 232 pages
Publisher: Tutis Digital Publishing Pvt. Ltd. (May 15, 2009)
Language: English
Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
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by Perceval Gibbon



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From the great villa, marble-white amid its yews and cedars, in which the invaders had set up their headquarters, the two officers the stout, formidable German captain and the young Austrian lieutenant went together through the mulberry orchards, where the parched grass underfoot was tiger-striped with alternate sun and shadow. The hush of the afternoon and the benign tyranny of the North Italian sun subdued them; they scarcely spoke as they came through the ranks of fruit-laden trees to the low embankment where the last houses of the village tailed out beside the road.

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Book from Project Gutenberg: Those Who Smiled And Eleven Other Stories Library of Congress Classification: P. Those who smiled - The Dago - Wood-ladies - A man before the mast - The girl - The breadwinner - "Plain German" - Alms and the man - The darkened path - Miss Pilgrim's progress - The connoisseur - The day of omens.

Perceval Gibbon (4 November 1879 – 30 May 1926) was an author and journalist, serving for the Rand Daily Mail in South Africa, as well as for other publications. He is best remembered for his short stories, the best of which often contained an ironic twist at the end. He was born in Trelech, Carmarthenshire, Wales, and was educated in the Moravian School, in Koenigsfeld of Baden, Germany. Gibbon worked as a merchant mariner, traveling in Europe, Africa, and the Americas

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Perceval Gibbon (1879-1926) was an author and journalist, serving for the Rand Daily Mail in South Africa, as well as for other publications. He is best remembered for his short stories, the best of .hich often contained an ironic twist at the end. He was born in Trelech, Carmarthenshire, Wales. His early works were influenced by his extensive travels throughout Europe, America, and Africa. During World War I he was a war correspondent.

Reginald Perceval Gibbon (November 4, 1879 - May 30, 1926) was a South African poet, story writer, and journalist for the Rand Daily Mail as well as for other publications. He is best remembered for his short stories, many of which contained an ironic twist at the end. Gibbon was born in Trelech, Carmarthenshire, Wales. He was educated at the Moravian School at Königsfeld (Baden). He was in the English merchant service before becoming a war correspondent in various parts of Europe, Africa and America.