Collected Fictions - A Universal History of Iniquity: Part I Summary & Analysis

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A Universal History of Iniquity: Part I Summary

The Cruel Redeemer Lazarus Morell

Lazarus forms a criminal organization of some 1,000 men who help a Negro escape and then resell him to another plantation owner. The Negro would escape again. A new recruit joins, but soon betrays the group. Lazarus goes to the area of Natchez, and plans a slave revolt.

The Improbable Impostor Tom Castro

Roger Tichbourne, drowns at sea and the mother, Lady Tichbourne is convinced that Tom is her lost son Roger. When the mother dies, there is a fight over her will. Tom seems to be winning in court, until his mastermind, Bogle, is killed in an accident.

The Widow Ching—Pirate

The widow Ching leads a fleet of pirate ships. The Emperor decides to confront the pirates and attack them, but the pirates destroy...

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