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Carmen Ariza

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Published: 1915
Language: English
Wordcount: 429,209 / 1250 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 56.6
LoC Categories: PN, BR
Downloads: 421
Added to site: 2009.10.23
mnybks.net#: 25621
Origin: gutenberg.org

A dramatic story of a girl who rescued a priest from his chains of bigotry and death through her working knowledge of obsolete, war-causing human beliefs. The most powerful novel of religious and political intrigue ever written. Its diverse threads run from the Vatican to the trackless jungle of South America--from the Spanish Main to Washington and New York. Carmen Ariza is the final answer to the religious question and is the only novel that has handled it in a strictly scientific way and worked it out to a demonstrable solution.

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Wenceslas recoiled. His face flushed, and the veins of his forehead swelled with a purple flood. Then a pallor spread over his features, and beads of perspiration started from his pores.

It was but momentary. Recovering himself, he laid a large hand on the priest's shoulder, and, his face assuming its wonted smile, said in his usual low tone, "Amigo, it seems that you have a penchant for spreading gossip. Think you I am ignorant of the fact that because of it Rome spewed you out for a meddlesome pest? Do you deceive yourself that Cartagena will open her ears to your garbled reports? The hag, Marcelena, lies! She has long hoped to gain some advantage from me, I have told you-- But go now above and learn from His Grace, whom you have had the impudence to keep waiting all morning, how tongues that wag too freely can be silenced." He checked himself suddenly, as if he feared he had said too much. Then, turning on his heel, he quickly left the Cathedral.

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