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Wed Mar 29 17:33:58 2017 1 The Duel on the Beach Project Gutenberg Australia a treasure-trove of literature treasure found hidden with no evidence of ownership Title: The Duel on the Beach Author: Rafael Sabatini * A Project Gutenberg of Australia eBook * eBook No.: 1305371h.html Language: English Date first posted: September 2013 Most recent update: September 2013 This eBook was produced by: Ruth Heredia Project Gutenberg of Australia eBooks are created from printed editions which are in the public domain in Australia, unless a copyright notice is included.
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You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg Australia Licence which may be viewed online. GO TO Project Gutenberg Australia HOME PAGE The Duel on the Beach by Rafael Sabatini First published in -Ladies’ Home Journal,- September Wed Mar 29 17:33:58 2017 2 1931 Immediately before he wrote the short novel, The Black Swan, Rafael Sabatini wrote a long story which was published by Ladies’ Home Journal in September 1931, with an illustration by Lyle Justis across two inner pages, but a famous colour painting by N.C.
Wyeth on the first page.
This painting was commissioned and painted long before Sabatini even thought of his story.
Having obtained permission to reproduce it, the magazine borrowed the painting’s title for the story, replacing Sabatini’s gory title, The Head of Tom Leach.
Sabatini’s publishers then used the Wyeth painting in the book, The Black Swan. WHEN Major Sands left Barbados after the death of the governor, Sir John Harradine, he had every reason to congratulate himself that the fortune which he had gone overseas to seek was at last within ...

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