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Captain Singleton
by Defoe, Daniel

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In 1753, the French settlers named the region Arcadia, or 'beloved home'. The British arrived and fought with the French, and eventually both settled in Arcadia, living separate lives, and rarely speaking to anyone from the other side. And then there was a chance encounter in a meadow of wildflowers.

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In 1753, the French settlers named the region Arcadia, or 'beloved home'. The British arrived and fought with the French, and eventually both settled in Arcadia, living separate lives, and rarely speaking to anyone from the other side. And then there was a chance encounter in a meadow of wildflowers.

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  • PID: 14717644287
  • Publisher: Alan Sutton
  • Seller: Between the Covers-Rare Books
    Description: Reprint. Mass market paperback. Fine copy in wrappers.
    Condition: Fine