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Arundel by Kenneth Roberts - Paperback
Kenneth Roberts's rousing tale of Colonel Benedict Arnold's doomed march on Quebec in 1775 is as engaging today as when it was first published in 1930. The book tells the story of Steven Nason, a soldier in the Continental Army from the fledgling southern Maine settlement of Arundel, who accompanies Arnold's force on the grueling journey up the Kennebec River and overland through the vast and wild North Woods. Through Nason's eyes, we see the hardships endured by Arnold's men, their bravery, and Arnold's own noble character in the days when he was still the most brilliant and trusted of George Washington's officers. Rich in historical detail, filled with the bold romance of the Revolutionary period, Arundel is now in print for the first time in paperback. It is both a moving story of a boy's passage to adulthood and a fascinating chronicle of the native people and fantastic natural abundance of the northern wilderness. Pages: 488 Paperback, 2 maps, 5-3/8" x 8-1/4"
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- Code P-4844
- EAN 9780892723645
- SKU 9780892723645
- Weight 18