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Orczy

Baroness Emmuska . 1865--1947, British novelist, born in Hungary; author of The Scarlet Pimpernel (1905)
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David Elder found Greening unforthcoming with details of the company's failure, though he mentioned directors, bad times, and the burden of constantly reprinting the Orczy books ahead of receipts from sales.
He ends his dedication (part of which is a direct borrowing from Hugh Blair's Critical Dissertation via Harold) (44) to the Baron Orczy, one of the leading figures of the opposition with the following words:
Based on the popular novels by Baroness Orczy, "The Scarlet Pimpernel" is a classic story of romance and swashbuckling adventure.
All buildings in the Orczy Garden, so the buildings under demolition, a topographical lot number can be found, which is the begining area.
BIRKENHEAD Operatic Society Trust have pulled out all the financial stops to stage The Scarlet Pimpernel, a Broadway musical based on the book by Baroness Orczy.
While the stage version cannot hope to do justice to some of the ingenious schemes the Scarlet Pimpernel employed in the Baroness Orczy novel to rescue innocent aristocrats from Madame Guillotine, it is full of action and bristling with good music.
7 THE character of the Scarlet Pimpernel was created almost a century ago by Baroness Orczy.
The exhibition covers both paintings and masks, the paintings picturing everything from scenes from the original book by Baroness Orczy to moments from the musical and illustrations of the French Revolution, the period in which the show is set.
In a world sadly lacking in swash-buckling and daring he brought back the old sense of adventure once loved by aficionados of Rafael Sabatini and Baroness Orczy.
The second was jazzing up the protagonist of the 1905 novel by Baroness Orczy, letting him pull a few superhero tricks from up his sleeve.
The swashbuckling aristocrat first appeared in The Red Carnation in 1900, written by Baroness Emmuska Orczy and her husband Montague Barstow.
IN the last of three feature-length dramas featuring the character created by Baroness Orczy, the Dauphin is being held prisoner by the Republicans.