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A Warning in Red: A Story of a Railway Mystery - MOBI EPUB
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  • Título Original: A Warning in Red: A Story of a Railway Mystery
  • Autor del libro: Victor L. Whitechurch
  • ISBN: -
  • Idioma: ES
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  • Realese fecha:1982-11-26
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A Warning in Red: A Story of a Railway Mystery por Victor L. Whitechurch Libro PDF, EPUB

"YES", said the Colonel, as he lit another cheroot, "many a man when he is in action is simply mad for the time being, and fights like a demon because he sees red". "Sees red?" I asked, with a start. "Don't you know what I mean?" "No". "Ah, it's a curious psychological problem that I've experienced myself. I was leading a cavalry charge at Joonpore, and suddenly the enemy, the "YES", said the Colonel, as he lit another cheroot, "many a man when he is in action is simply mad for the time being, and fights like a demon because he sees red". "Sees red?" I asked, with a start. "Don't you know what I mean?" "No". "Ah, it's a curious psychological problem that I've experienced myself. I was leading a cavalry charge at Joonpore, and suddenly the enemy, the country, everything seemed to fade away into a blood-red mist that blinded me with colour-I could see nothing else. And then the mad desire came upon me to slash and slay. They told me afterwards that I behaved like a fury, and I can believe it, for I've seen many a man in the same condition. It only comes in battle, I believe. That's the only time you can 'see red'". "Are you sure?"