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The Mark of Zorro (Macmillan Readers) (edição: 2006)

de Johnston McCulley (Autor)

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"A dashing romantic story set in California in the previous century. This classic adventure comedy founded a whole genre of its own. Short stories, feature films, highly popular television series and animated cartoons have resulted, all featuring the people's hero with the flashing sword Zorro! Don Diego Vega is pressed by his father Don Alejandro Vega, to court the eligible daughter of one of the oldest noble families in California. Once rich and powerful, Don Carlos Pulido has become impoverished; unjustly accused of dishonesty by the tyrannical provincial governor who is oppressing the people of the region." --Macmillan.… (mais)
Membro:ChatterMatters
Título:The Mark of Zorro (Macmillan Readers)
Autores:Johnston McCulley (Autor)
Informação:Macmillan ELT (2006), 72 pages
Coleções:Sua biblioteca, Intermediate
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Etiquetas:Drama, Mystery, Intermediate-Mid, Classics

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  ChatterMatters | Oct 11, 2018 |
The stranger stood in the dark shadows by the door. His large sombrero was pulled down over his eyes. He wore a long dark cloak around his body. Then the stranger stepped forward into the light. Sergeant Gonzalez's eyes were wide with surprise. The stranger was wearing a black mask. There were two holes in the mask. Through these holes, his bright eyes were watching everything. "I'm Señor Zorro," said the man. "And I'm here to speak to you." He pointed at Gonzalez. "Four days ago you stopped a man on the road and beat him cruelly. The man was poor and weak. He hadn't done anything wrong. I'm a friend of that poor man. I've come to punish you!" ( )
  ARICANA | Dec 27, 2010 |
I think this book is very interesting.
Lolita is beautiful girl. Don Diego wanted to marry her, but she loved not him but Zorro.
Don Diego is very gentle man and he didn't like fighting. Zorro is very brave and strong. They are completely opposite.
But in fact, Zorro's identity is...I can't tell the last. So please read this book!
I think Zorro is like "Mitokoumon", who is the hero of the period play of Japan. He helps poor people and punish bad people. So I like him very much. ( )
  yuinan | Jun 23, 2010 |
Zorro is the mask man who is stand up for the disadvantaged. He always wears the mask and appears to punish the evil people in high position.
Don Diego wanted to marry Lolita. A lot of other men also wanted to marry her, and her father wanted her to marry Don Diego, but she loved Zorro. She loved Zorro because of his bravery and strength. Don Diego didn't like fight and other rough thing. So Zorro and Don Diego were very opposite. However, in fact, Don Diego is...
I like this story. The Zorro's action scene was very cool. And I also like Don Diego's weakness. They were very different. ( )
  naokoa | Jan 8, 2010 |
I think this book is very interesting. In Los Angeles, there were a thief who didn't do bad thing but punish the enemies of the poor and the weak.Don Diego is a rich and handsome man who don't like wild thing.
But in fact, they are same man. ( )
  yukam | Nov 20, 2009 |
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"A dashing romantic story set in California in the previous century. This classic adventure comedy founded a whole genre of its own. Short stories, feature films, highly popular television series and animated cartoons have resulted, all featuring the people's hero with the flashing sword Zorro! Don Diego Vega is pressed by his father Don Alejandro Vega, to court the eligible daughter of one of the oldest noble families in California. Once rich and powerful, Don Carlos Pulido has become impoverished; unjustly accused of dishonesty by the tyrannical provincial governor who is oppressing the people of the region." --Macmillan.

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