|Statement||by Jonathan Kandell|
|LC Classifications||F2225 .K36 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 388 p. :|
|Number of Pages||388|
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Review: Dreams of El Dorado, by H. W. Brands. My wife Amanda is the real reader in our house, and last month she came home from the library with Dreams of El Dorado: A history of the American West, by H. W. Brands. I moved quickly through its pages (with an occasional photo), and thought it was one of my more enjoyable recent reads. Book Passage to Begin Curbside Pickup in Marin on May 18 The Governor has announced a modification of the statewide stay-in-place orders that will allow curbside deliveries by some businesses, including “bookstores, clothing stores, florists and sporting goods stores.”. From the title, El Dorado, you would never know this is the sequel to one of my favorite books, The Scarlet Pimpernel. The opening chapters were slow, but the story soon picks up speed. The first half of the book is about Armand, brother-in-law and fellow conspirator to Percy Blakeney (a.k.a. the /5. Candide, at great expense, tries but fails to obtain compensation through the legal system. He then books passage on a ship sailing for France and announces that he will pay passage plus a good sum of money to the most unhappy man in the province. Out of the crowd of applicants, Candide chooses a scholar who was robbed by his wife, beaten by.