Seats of the Mighty

by Gilbert Parker

The first of Parker's books to enjoy commercial success, and the basis for the 1914 silent film with Lionel Barrymore. A fine romance of England both sides of the Atlantic. The story gives a splendid picture of England in the days when she was wrestling with France for the possession of the new world and then turns to Canada and tells us how the battle waged among these new-found possessions. It si a heroic story with a fine love story interwoven.

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