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    For a historian he sure writes engagingly. I liked the part where his younger brother “perished in an unfortunate kitchen accident involving an egg beater.” One wonders exactly HOW?

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  2. Nick
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    Very enlightening (no pun or derision intended). The way the historical account flows, it could be the basis of an opera – or, to create it with local flavor, a zarzuela. (Just don’t dumb it down into a “bomba” movie with Maui Taylor playing the woman of ill repute).

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  3. Michael D. Edwards
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    Well written narrative description , but it does not answer the most important question; did he really invented the florescent bulb?

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  4. GP
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    This can’t be serious. Dr. Augusto de Viana of the National Historical Institute already denied the existence of Agapito Flores.

    Additionally, the “manuscript” delivered more words than meanings. To me, it sounded more like a mockery than a historical account.

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