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The energetic plenipotentiary ambassador Papefu does not rest on his journey through time. From the very beginning he meets Adam and Eve and watches them crestfallen and dismayed when they were expelled from the famous garden; he befriends with the seafarer Noah and navigates in his Ark; confronts the dictator Nimrod at the top of the Tower of Babel; lectures the emperor Nebuchadnezzar who filled Babylon with splendor and rebukes his grandson Belshazzar. He witnesses the death and burial of Cyrus the Persian, and together with Aristotle he contributes to the education of Alexander the Great, the young Macedonian who dreamed of conquering the known world at the speed of his sword, and whom he accompanies in several of his trips. Napoleon I Bonaparte treats him like an old friend; and the end of his career, he steps into modern history and has to deal with the Soviet Bolsheviks Lenin and Stalin; besides of surprisingly close his way around the land in the very extraordinary United Socialist States of America (USSA), living as an ordinary citizen, stripped from his privileges as an ambassador, and ending in poverty.


-Preamble to The Already Said.
-Chapter I:
The Plenipotentiary Ambassador.
-Chapter II:
Cain: The Exceptional Brother.
-Chapter III:
The Cataclysm of the Exceptional Ones.
-Chapter IV:
Cam and Nimrod: Two Who Long Thought of Themselves.
-Chapter V:
Nebuchadnezzar's Babylon Opens its Doors to Papefu.
-Chapter VI:
The Instruments of Persia and Greece.
-Chapter VII:
The Ambassador Papefu Visits the Rome of Emperor Honorius.
-Chapter VIII:
Papefu and Napoleon Bonaparte.
-Chapter IX:
Papefu Faces the Dictators Lenin and Stalin.
-Chapter X:
At the End of His Journey, Papefu Arrives to the Exceptional United Socialist States of America.
-About the Author.

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  • Category: Action & Adventure
  • Published: Jun 28, 2014
  • Publisher: Alejandro's Libros
  • Seller: Alejandro Roque
  • Print Length: 316 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Version: 2.0
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