Marco Polo is now one of the most feared and respected men in the court of the Great Kublai: the Khan has made the Venetian his confidant and appoints him as an emissary to far-reaching corners of the empire. Fascinated by the man and the civilization that he represents, Marco Polo—who Khan calls "the tiger" for the curiosity and courage with which he confronts life—embarks with enthusiasm on a Mongolian adventure.
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Muriel Romana is a political scientist and a historian who has worked as a dramaturge on numerous historical films. She is the author of all three books in the Marco Polo trilogy.
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Descripción Ediciones B, 2005. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería 9788466617222