Pierre and Luce

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Pierre and Luce  (1922) 
by Romain Rolland, translated by Charles De Kay


PIERRE AND LUCE


BY

ROMAIN ROLLAND

Translated by

Charles De Kay


NEW YORK

HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY

1922


THE ISLE OF CALMS

"Just as the Gulf Stream embraces the Sargasso Sea into which gradually drift the odds and ends that are carried away by the marine currents into the regions of calm, so does our aerial current surround a region where the air is still. It is called The Isle of Calms."


Duration of the Story

From Wednesday evening, January 30, to Good Friday, May 29, 1918.

Contents[edit]

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