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The enchantress of Florence

A tall, yellow-haired young European traveller calling himself "Mogor dell'Amore," the Mughal of Love, arrives at the court of the real Grand Mughal, the Emperor Akbar, with a tale to tell that begins to obsess the whole imperial capital. The stranger claims to be the child of a lost Mughal princess, the youngest sister of Akbar's grandfather Babar: Qara Köz, 'Lady Black Eyes', a great beauty believed to possess powers of enchantment and sorcery, who is taken captive first by an Uzbeg warlord, then by the Shah of Persia, and finally becomes the lover of a certain Argalia, a Florentine soldier of fortune, commander of the armies of the Ottoman Sultan. When Argalia returns home with his Mughal mistress the city is mesmerized by her presence, and much trouble ensues. But is Mogor's story true? And if so, then what happened to the lost princess? And if he's a liar, must he die?

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  • "पलोरेंस की जादूगरनी"
  • "Enchantress of Florence"
  • "Florennsa kī jādūgaranī"
  • "Floreṃsa kī jādūgaranī"

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  • "A tall, yellow-haired young European traveller calling himself "Mogor dell'Amore," the Mughal of Love, arrives at the court of the real Grand Mughal, the Emperor Akbar, with a tale to tell that begins to obsess the whole imperial capital. The stranger claims to be the child of a lost Mughal princess, the youngest sister of Akbar's grandfather Babar: Qara Köz, 'Lady Black Eyes', a great beauty believed to possess powers of enchantment and sorcery, who is taken captive first by an Uzbeg warlord, then by the Shah of Persia, and finally becomes the lover of a certain Argalia, a Florentine soldier of fortune, commander of the armies of the Ottoman Sultan. When Argalia returns home with his Mughal mistress the city is mesmerized by her presence, and much trouble ensues. But is Mogor's story true? And if so, then what happened to the lost princess? And if he's a liar, must he die?"@en
  • "A Florintine man approaches Emperor Akbar with a tale of being the ruler's grandfather's youngest sister's son."
  • "A tall, yellow-haired young European traveller calling himself "Mogor dell'Amore," the Mughal of Love, arrives at the court of the real Grand Mughal, the Emperor Akbar, with a tale to tell that begins to obsess the whole imperial capital. The stranger claims to be the child of a lost Mughal princess, the youngest sister of Akbar's grandfather Babar: Qara Köz, 'Lady Black Eyes', a great beauty believed to possess powers of enchantment and sorcery, who is taken captive first by an Uzbeg warlord, then by the Shah of Persia, and finally becomes the lover of a certain Argalia, a Florentine soldier of fortune, commander of the armies of the Ottoman Sultan. When Argalia returns home with his Mughal mistress the city is mesmerised by her presence, and much trouble ensues. But is Mogor's story true? And if so, then what happened to the lost princess? And if he's a liar, must he die?--"
  • "In de 16e eeuw wordt Florence geconfronterd met een mooie Oosterse prinses die mensen kan betoveren."
  • "A tall, yellow-haired, young European traveler calling himself "Mogor dell'Amore," the Mughal of Love, arrives at the court of the Emperor Akbar, lord of the great Mughal empire, with a tale to tell that begins to obsess the imperial capital, a tale about a mysterious woman, a great beauty believed to possess powers of enchantment and sorcery, and her impossible journey to the far-off city of Florence. The Enchantress of Florence is the story of a woman attempting to command her own destiny in a man's world. It is the story of two cities, unknown to each other, at the height of their powers'the hedonistic Mughal capital, in which the brilliant Akbar the Great wrestles daily with questions of belief, desire, and the treachery of his sons, and the equally sensual city of Florence during the High Renaissance, where NiccolO Machiavelli takes a starring role as he learns, the hard way, about the true brutality of power. Vivid, gripping, irreverent, bawdy, profoundly moving, and completely absorbing, The Enchantress of Florence is a dazzling book full of wonders by one of the world's most important living writers. From the Hardcover edition."@en
  • "A tall, yellow-haired young European traveller calling himself "Mogor dell'Amore," the Mughal of Love, arrives at the court of the real Grand Mughal, the Emperor Akbar, with a tale to tell that begins to obsess the whole imperial capital. The stranger claims to be the child of a lost Mughal princess, the youngest sister of Akbar's grandfather Babar: Qara Köz, 'Lady Black Eyes', a great beauty believed to possess powers of enchantment and sorcery, who is taken captive first by an Uzbeg warlord, then by the Shah of Persia, and finally becomes the lover of a certain Argalia, a Florentine soldier of fortune, commander of the armies of the Ottoman Sultan. When Argalia returns home with his Mughal mistress the city is mesmerised by her presence, and much trouble ensues. But is Mogor's story true? And if so, then what happened to the lost princess? And if he's a liar, must he die?--From publisher description of English ed."
  • "A young Florentine traveller calling himself the 'Mogor dell'Amore', the Mughal of Love, arrives at the court of the real Grand Mughal, the Emperor Akbar of Hindustan, with a tale which enchants the whole imperial capital. The stranger claims to be the child of a lost Mughal princess, Qara Kz, 'Lady Black Eyes', who is captured first by an Uzbeg warlord, then by the Shah of Persia, and finally becomes the lover of Argalia, a Florentine soldier of fortune, commander of the armies of the Ottoman Sultan. When Argalia and his Mughal mistress return home, her presence mesmerises the city and much trouble ensues ... But what if Mogor's story is true? What happened to the lost princess? And if he's a liar, must he die?"
  • "A tall, yellow-haired young European traveller calling himself "Mogor dell'Amore," the Mughal of Love, arrives at the court of the real Grand Mughal, the Emperor Akbar, with a tale to tell that begins to obsess the whole imperial capital. The stranger claims to be the child of a lost Mughal princess, the youngest sister of Akbar's grandfather Babar: Qara Köz, 'Lady Black Eyes', a great beauty believed to possess powers of enchantment and sorcery, who is taken captive first by an Uzbeg warlord, then by the Shah of Persia, and finally becomes the lover of a certain Argalia, a Florentine soldier of fortune, commander of the armies of the Ottoman Sultan. When Argalia returns home with his Mughal mistress the city is mesmerised by her presence, and much trouble ensues. But is Mogor's story true? And if so, then what happened to the lost princess? And if he's a liar, must he die?--From publisher description"
  • "A young European traveller calling himself "Mogor dell'Amore," the Mughal of Love, arrives at the court of the real Grand Mughal, the Emperor Akbar, with a tale to tell that begins to obsess the whole imperial capital. The stranger claims to be the child of a lost Mughal princess, Qara Köz. 'Lady Black Eyes', was a great beauty believed to possess powers of enchantment and sorcery, taken captive first by an Uzbeg warlord, then by the Shah of Persia, and finally the lover of a certain Argalia, a Florentine soldier of fortune, commander of the armies of the Ottoman Sultan. When Argalia returns home with his Mughal mistress the city is mesmerised by her presence, and much trouble ensues. But is Mogor's story true? And if so, then what happened to the lost princess? And if he's a liar, must he die?"
  • "A tall, yellow-haired young European traveller calling himself the Mughal of Love, arrives at the court of the real Grand Mughal. He claims to be the child of a lost Mughal princess, the youngest sister of Akbar's grandfather Babar."
  • "A tall, yellow-haired young European traveller calling himself 'Mogor dell'Amore', the Mughal of Love, arrives at the court of the real Grand Mughal, the Emperor Akbar, with a tale to tell that begins to obsess the whole imperial capital. The stranger claims to be the child of a lost Mughal princess: Qara K Eyes', a great beauty believed to possess powers of enchantment and sorcery, who becomes the lover of a certain Argalia, a Florentine soldier of fortune. When Argalia returns home with his Mughal mistress the city is mesmerized by her presence, as two worlds are brought together by one woman attempting to command her own destiny... But is Mogor's story true? And if so, then what happened to the lost princess?"
  • "Rushdie pens the story of a European traveler and the extraordinary tale he shares with 16th-century Mughal emperor Akbar the Great. The traveler claims to be the son of a Mughal princess forgotten by time. If his tale is true, what happened to the princess?"
  • "A tall, yellow-haired young European traveller calling himself "Mogor dell'Amore," the Mughal of Love, arrives at the court of the real Grand Mughal, the Emperor Akbar, with a tale to tell that begins to obsess the whole imperial capital. The stranger claims to be the child of a lost Mughal princess, the youngest sister of Akbar's grandfather Babar: Qara Köz, 'Lady Black Eyes', a great beauty believed to possess powers of enchantment and sorcery, who is taken captive first by an Uzbeg warlord, then by the Shah of Persia, and finally becomes the lover of a certain Argalia, a Florentine soldier of fortune, commander of the armies of the Ottoman Sultan. When Argalia returns home with his Mughal mistress the city is mesmerised by her presence, and much trouble ensues. But is Mogor's story true? And if so, then what happened to the lost princess? And if he's a liar, must he die?--From publisher description."
  • "A tall, yellow-haired young European traveller calling himself 'Mogor dell'Amore', the Mughal of Love, arrives at the court of the real Grand Mughal, the Emperor Akbar, with a tale to tell that begins to obsess the whole imperial capital."

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  • "Anglické romány"
  • "Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)"@en
  • "Historical novels"
  • "Historické romány"
  • "Historical fiction"@en
  • "Historical fiction"
  • "Magic realism (Literature)"
  • "Finnish fiction"
  • "Miscellaneous fiction"
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Large type books"
  • "Large type books"@en
  • "English fiction"
  • "Audiobooks"
  • "Powieść angielska"
  • "Powieść angielska"@pl
  • "Romans (teksten)"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Roman indien (de l'Inde) de langue anglaise"

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  • "The enchantress of Florence"@en
  • "Флорентийская чародейка : [роман]"
  • "Enchantress of Florence, The"
  • "Förtrollerskan från Florens"
  • "Seducătoarea din Florenţa : [roman]"
  • "Nàng phù thủy thành Florence"
  • "The enchantress of Florence : complete and unabridged"@en
  • "Čarobnica iz Firence"
  • "The enchantress of Florence : a novel"
  • "The enchantress of Florence : a novel"@en
  • "The enchastress of Florence : a novel"
  • "Enchantress of florence"@en
  • "Floransa büyücüsü"
  • "Floransa büyücüsü"@tr
  • "Firenzen lumoojatar"
  • "Čarodějka z Florencie"
  • "Florentijskaja tjarodejka"
  • "Florentiĭskai︠a︡ charodeĭka : [roman]"
  • "Fortryllersken fra Firenze"@da
  • "Fortryllersken fra Firenze"
  • "Florentiĭskai︠a︡ charodeĭka"
  • "Florensa kī jādūgaranī"
  • "Флорентийская чародейка"
  • "Czarodziejka z Florencji"@pl
  • "Czarodziejka z Florencji"
  • "The Enchantress of Florence : a novel"
  • "पलोरेनस की जादूगरनी"
  • "Seducătoarea din Florența"
  • "The enchantress of florence a novel"@en
  • "The Enchantress of Florence"@en
  • "The Enchantress of Florence"
  • "The enchantress of Florence a novel"
  • "The enchantress of Florence"
  • "Florences burve"
  • "Fortryllersken fra Firenze : roman"@da

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