Gotha in Der Bewegung Von 1848: Nebst Ruckblicken Auf Die Zeit Von 1815 an (1908)

Friedrich Weidner

Gotha in Der Bewegung Von 1848: Nebst Ruckblicken Auf Die Zeit Von 1815 an (1908)
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Gotha in Der Bewegung Von 1848: Nebst Ruckblicken Auf Die Zeit Von 1815 an (1908)

Friedrich Weidner

Three brothers migrate to California after the Mexican war. Jorge and Raphael are identical twins of maternal African-Indian descent. Lazaro, their elder half-brother, is white, and, with forged documents, he assumes an Irish identity as Lazarus OaBrian. Lazarus, a successful attorney, aids Jorge to set up a labor camp. Raphael, always the rebel, seeks his own fortune in the highly profitable sex trade. Both Lazaro and Jorge are homosexual, and before coming to California, Jorge has spent several years in Europe, studying philosophy. Frances, an Irish-American woman and the adopted daughter of Lazarus, is married to a merchant seaman, but becomes pregnant with Raphaelas child. When she is killed by the brother of a San Francisco police detective, Raphael is charged with her rape and murder. The brothers seek justice by conspiring to avenge Francesa death without ruining their own lives.

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