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Marryat

Frederick, known as Captain Marryat. 1792--1848, English novelist and naval officer; author of novels of sea life, such as Mr Midshipman Easy (1836), and children's stories, such as The Children of the New Forest (1847)
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Ballantyne, Frederick Marryat, Cutcliffe Hyne and Edgar Wallace "became handbooks for the imperial programme" (MacDonald, The Language of Empire 205).
Novels (selected titles): Cyprien Berard, Lord Ruthwen ou Les Vampires/The Vampire Lord Ruthwen, 1820; James Malcolm Rymer, Varney the Vampire: Or, The Feast of Blood, 1847; Paul Feval, Le Chevalier Tenebre /Knightshade, 1860; Paul Feval, La Vampire/The Vampire Countess, 1865; Paul Feval, La Ville Vampire/Vampire City, 1867; Marie Nizet, Le Capitaine Vampire, 1879; Marie Corelli, The Soul of Lilith, 1892; Bram Stoker, Dracula, 1897; Florence Marryat, The Blood of the Vampire, 1897; Luigi Capuana, Un vampiro/A Vampire, 1907; C.
Altogether, these are interesting stylistic components as mostly both males and females had their eyebrows and eyelashes completely removed by plucking, mostly for the sake of beauty (Beccari 1986:278; Bock 1881:134; Harrisson 1984:13, 98; Hose and McDougall 1912:I:38; Lumholtz 1920:I:76; Marryat 1848:78; Richards 1959:15f; Southwell 1959:54) (Fig.
Stepping in and trying to resolve a situation was exactly what Jason would do COUSIN MARRYAT
Elevator manufacturer KONE has announced acquisition of the elevator and escalator business of Marryat & Scott (Kenya) and Marryats East Africa, earlier authorised dealers of the company in East and Central Africa.
But there was no ego with Marzi, just this total awareness of what he did and the level he did it at, and I remember listening to him howl as a kid when my father read some passage from Marryat that the rest of us did not understand.
Various aspects of mimesis in selected sea novels of Frederick Marryat, James F.
9) However, though she points out that the rise of the New Woman, the passing of the Married Women's Property Act of 1882 and the agitation for women's rights filtered through into the themes of ghost fiction, her study does not go beyond discussions of money, property and independence in the work of Charlotte Riddell and Florence Marryat in the 1880s.
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Romanticizing the Empire: The Naval Heroes of Southey, Coleridge, Austen, and Marryat.
When Browning approached them, they were publishing the silver-fork fiction of Catherine Gore, the popular novels of Edward Bulwer, and the military and historical tales of Frederick Marryat and G.
And the other is that Stevenson himself is highly aware of the book as a self-conscious artefact; there are influences of Defoe, Captain Marryat, 'Boys' I Own' stories of the time in there.