2 edition of white devil found in the catalog.
Oteyza, Luis de
|Statement||by Luis de Oteyza; translated from the Spanish by Frederic Taber Cooper.|
|Contributions||Cooper, Frederic Taber, 1864-1937, tr.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.O8628 Wh|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 310 p.|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||30028400|
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Apr 09, · A case in point is the story of Dr. Herman Webster Mudgett, who became infamous as H.H. Holmes, the depraved supervillain celebrated as the Devil in the White City. If you want the straight dope, and not just the legend about Mudgett/Holmes, read Adam Selzer’s H. H. Holmes—the True History of the White City Devil.4/5. May 14, · “Julia Flynn Siler has written a diamond of a book—solidly researched, polished, and crafted with a cutting edge. The White Devil's Daughters tells an unforgettable story of exploitation, oppression, and resistance, showing how the enslavement of Chinese women was woven into the birth of Asian America in nineteenth-century San Francisco Pages:
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The White Devil is a play written by John Webster. Its first, failed staging occurred inat the Red Bull Theater in Clerkenwell, England, with the script published in quarto form that same year. The play was published again in after a successful revival. - 2 - THE WHITE DEVIL By: John Webster () TO THE READER In publishing this tragedy, I do but challenge myself that liberty, which other men have taken before me; not that I affect praise by it, for, nos hæc novimus esse nihil, only since it was acted in so dull a time of winter, presented in so open and black a theatre, that it wanted (that.
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About The White Devil’s Daughters From the bestselling author of The House of Mondavi: a riveting, revelatory history of the trafficking of young Asian girls that flourished in San Francisco during the first hundred years of Chinese immigration ()–and the safe house that became a refuge for those seeking their freedom.
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