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Baron Bror Blixen-Finecke is a distant cousin of Denmark's King Christian. His first wife is a middle-aged woman named Ellen, who divorced him in 1921, wrote best-selling Seven Gothic Tales in 1934 under the pseudonym Isak Dinesen. Baron Bror's second wife is a pert, pretty, English girl of 28, named Eva, who spends most of her time seeking adventure. During one long trek alone in Africa, her automobile broke down. She had to be pushed by natives for 32 days. In Ethiopia last year she watched the war.

Early last summer the...

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