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The Four Feathers

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The Four Feathers

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The Four Feathers remains a timeless novel of love, honor, courage and redemption. It is 1882 and British officer Harry Feversham has it all: Ethne, his loving fiancée, the camaraderie and respect of his fellow soldiers, a bright future in a nation at the height of its imperial power.

But—before he is deployed to battle in Africa—he unexpectedly resigns his commission – deemed an act of shame—and quickly receives white feathers, a symbol of cowardice, from three friends, and then a fourth from his fiancée.

His world in ruins, Harry goes undercover in Africa to win back the respect of his comrades. From the bustling markets of Cairo to the sizzling sands of Omdurman prison, he fights with everything he has to bring honor back to his name and Ethne back to his heart.

Alfred Edward Woodley Mason (1865–1948) was an English author and politician. He is best remembered for his classic novel of cowardice and courage in wartime, The Four Feathers.

 

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