History Literature / TheEnchantressOfFlorence

31st Mar '15 6:35:03 PM jormis29
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30th Jan '15 4:20:48 AM JulianLapostat
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* EverybodyHasLotsOfSex: The reopening of the brotherls after Girolamo Savonarola gets burnt is pretty much an endless orgy in Florence. Mughal India is not far behind either.
27th Feb '14 7:47:05 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* LesYay: What the queens do to entertain themselves in their beds while the Emperor is away.
27th Feb '14 7:46:41 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* GeniusBonus: Inevitably, the historical in-jokes.
27th Feb '14 7:46:15 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* FoeYay: Akbar regretted killing the Rana of Cooch Naheen and wondered whether he had killed one of the few people capable of [[LonelyAtTheTop being his friend]].
24th Apr '13 6:18:11 AM LongLiveHumour
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''The Enchantress of Florence'' (2008) is the ninth novel of Creator/SalmanRushdie, which unapologetically mixes historical facts and fantastical elements without shame or mercy. It is mostly seen as a work of MagicRealism, but with quite a dose of fantasy element. Rushdie is particularly proud of the research he's done for the novel's writing, and proudly attached half a dozen pages of references at the end of the book—not bad for a work of fiction.
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''The Enchantress of Florence'' (2008) is the ninth novel of Creator/SalmanRushdie, which unapologetically mixes historical facts and fantastical elements without shame or mercy. It is mostly seen as a work of MagicRealism, but with quite a dose of fantasy element. Rushdie is particularly proud of the research he's done for the novel's writing, and proudly attached half a dozen pages of references at the end of the book—not bad for a work of fiction.
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