Working from a failed conspiracy to overthrow the govt, Abel chooses to meet a lifelong wish and discover the thick and primitive desolate tract surrounding the Orinoco river in Venezuela. experience, intrigue, and love look forward to him lower than the "green mansions" of the notable woodlands close to the mountain of Ytaioa.
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