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The grasp of Ballantrae: A Winter's story is a e-book by means of the Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson, focusing upon the clash among brothers, Scottish noblemen whose kin is torn aside by way of the Jacobite emerging of 1745. He labored at the e-book in Tautira after his well-being was once restored.

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