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Sand des Verderbens by Karl May
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"Die fünf Erzählungen führen uns nach Nordafrika. Kara Ben Nemsi zeigt sich Freund und Feind gegenüber immer wieder als Retter in der Not. Mitglieder einer Raubkarawane, die die Sahara unsicher machen, Sklavenhändler und räuberische Wüstenstämme sind seine ärgsten Widersacher. Der Band enthält folgende Erzählungen: 1.) Die Gum [1877]; 2.) Christus oder Mohammed [1891]; 3.) Der Krumir [1882]; 4.) Der "Sand des Verderbens [1893]; 5.) Der Raubzug der Baggara [?]." (nach KMV Katalog, 2010). [geschrieben ?].
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Die Gum: Afrika! - Sei mir gegrüsst, du Land der Geheimnisse!
Christus oder Mohammed: Wenn der Bürger von Marseille Gelegenheit findet, über die Vorzüge und Schönheiten seiner Vaterstadt zu sprechen, so pflegt er zu sagen: "Wenn Paris eine Cannebiere hätte, so wäre es ein kleines Marseille."
Der Krumir: Es war erst neun Uhr vormittags, und doch brannte die afrikanische Sonne schon stechend auf das vor uns liegende Tal herab.
Der Sand des Verderbens: Die Sonne hatte ihren Tageslauf fast vollendet.
Der Raubzug der Baggara: Wir hatten einen anstrengenden Ritt hinter uns, denn wir kamen vom Dar Abu Uma herüber.
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Karl May is a famous German author who wrote historical fiction in the late 1800s. This book is about adventures in Arabia.
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