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Heartbreak House, Great Catherine and Playlets of the War

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        StatementKessinger Publishing
        PublishersKessinger Publishing
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        LC ClassificationsJune 30, 2005
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 118 p. :
        Number of Pages53
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100766196917
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I can't spend the day here listening to your cheek. Have you captured the officer that was with her?. Do not provoke me to send a bullet through your head for reminding me of it. The army, his pride and glory, is paraded to hear seditious speeches from penniless rebels, with the colonel actually forced to take the chair and introduce the speaker.

I thank Your Imperial Highness from the bottom of my heart for that expression. [He sinks, discouraged, into the chair, and covers his face with his hand.

At my age, sir, I ask myself how can I bear to die? You will not believe that we Great Catherine and Playlets of the War divinities are mere common flesh and blood even when we step down from our pedestals and tell you ourselves what a fool you are.

I should accuse you of treason to the Revolution, my lad; and they would immediately shoot you, unless you cried and asked to see your mother before you died, when they would probably change their minds and make you a brigadier.