Sir Sleepalot and the Princess

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An early spring, said the optimists who began making plans for moving their cows to summer pasture. And if she should choose to write about life in the West, life as she remembered it, she had an audience to fear. "The Sculptor's Funeral" and "A Wagner Matinee," in which she had not disguised her fear of the empty land and her loathing for small-town small-mindedness, had angered Nebraskans and offended her family. It details Tommaso's life in Florence under Lorenzo de' Medici's rule, after the Pazzi Wars are over.

Pages: 21

Publisher: PublishNation (December 9, 2015)

ISBN: B0196RG6B4

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