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The Little Savage

Frederick Marryat

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .ths passed away, when the other seaman was missing. After a search, his trousers were found at the edge of the rock. He had evidently been bathing in the sea, for the day on which he was missed, the water was as smooth as glass. Whether he had seen something floating, which he wished to bring to land, or whether he had ventured for his own amusement, for he was an excellent swimmer, could never be ascertained—any more than whether he had sunk with the cramp,—or had been taken down by a shark. He never appeared again, and his real fate is a mystery to this day, and must ever remain so. Thus were we reduced to four men—your father, the captain, the mate, and me. But you must be tired—I will stop now, and tell you the remainder some other time.”

Although I was not tired, yet, as Jackson appeared to be so, I made no objections to his proposal, and we both went to sleep.

While I had read the Bible to Jackson, I had often been puzzled by numbers . . . Read More

Community Reviews

A unique novel of a boy born and raised on a deserted island, at first with a harsh guardian and then later with a loving mother substitute.

One of my childhood favorites that left a big impact due to its recreation of the atmosphere of solitude on a small rocky island in the wild seas, the companionship with the doting and self-sacrificing seal, the castaway boy's will to survive and his adventures when roguish characters land on his ro

15c HRN 156 = 3rd printing = 1964

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