Marryat


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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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I knew there were smugglers, but I thought that since the capture of Algiers, and the destruction of the regency, pirates existed only in the romances of Cooper and Captain Marryat.
My elder brother, for whom there was no place in the office where I worked, had found one in a store, and he beguiled the leisure that light trade left on his hands by reading the novels of Captain Marryat.
He also took in a couple of illustrated German histories of the war, a war lecture, a brace of European war films, and the nineteenth-century naval war novels of Frederick Marryat.
Less concerned with historical accuracy than Boldrewood and Marryat, Verne's Waikato is more imagined than actual space.
But it was Captain Frederick Marryat, who, in Jacob Faithful (1834), supplied a Dickensian-style close-focus picture of the scene of an SHC incident.
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.
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Romanticizing the Empire: The Naval Heroes of Southey, Coleridge, Austen, and Marryat.
Various aspects of mimesis in selected sea novels of Frederick Marryat, James F.
KONE's distributor in the country since 2003, Marryat & Scott (Kenya) had been carrying out operations in the local market for over 50 years.
Stepping in and trying to resolve a situation was exactly what Jason would do COUSIN MARRYAT