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King Leopold's Soliloquy: To the Person Sitting in Darkness

Mark Twain (Author)
Synopsis Dear, dear, when the soft-hearts get hold of a thing like that missionary’s contribution they completely lose their tranquility over it. They speak profanely and reproach Heaven for allowing such a fiend to live. Meaning me. They think it irregular. They go shuddering around, brooding over the reduction of that Congo population from 25,000,000 to 150222,000 in the twenty years of my administration; then they burst out and call me ‘the King with Ten Million Murders on his Soul.’ They call me a ‘record.
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Title King Leopold's Soliloquy: To the Person Sitting in Darkness
Author Mark Twain
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher LeftWord Books
Language: English
isbn 818749655x
length 96p.,14cm.
Subjects History