Learn how and when to remove this template message Many subsequent fictional works can be linked to The Prisoner of Zenda;[ opinion ] indeed, this novel spawned the genre known as Ruritanian romance. Set in Europe immediately before and during World War I, his story differs from the Hope books in a number of details, though sharing much of their basic plot. Robert A. The Rip Kirby comic strip used the plot as the basis for one story. Otto von Bismarck and other real people such as Lola Montez are involved in the plot. Ruritanian farce exploring Zen themes in an occidental context.
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Edición especial de El prisionero de Zenda, el gran clásico de la novela de aventuras
El prisionero de Zenda / The Prisoner of Zenda