Victor D'Argent

An Uncommon Way to Wealth

This old secret manuscript, translated from the French, contains timeless truths about the way money works, to start making your money work for you. The author of this story uses the pseudonym “Victor D'Argent”. He is believed to have become the head of one of the largest Parisian publishing houses, and to have assisted the careers of Gustave Flaubert, the celebrated author of Madame Bovary, and Victor Hugo, who became internationally famous for writing “Les Miserables”. D'Argent himself eventually became something of a recluse, widely sought for financial, artistic, and personal advice, but quite careful about revealing his secrets. Just a few days before his death, he delivered this story to a small, provincial publisher who printed only a few copies, unaware of the true identity of the author.
42 printed pages
Original publication
BN Publishing



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