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This novel was originally published in 1859. Mayne Reid, a pre-eminent and popular writer, was primarily a novelist (1818-1883) who wrote adventure stories from just before the Civil War until his death in 1883. Reid's career included two periods in the U. S: 1840-49 and 1867-70. He had emigrated to the United States in his early twenties, reaching New Orleans in January, ...more
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Published March 1st 2004 by Fredonia Books (NL) (first published 1875)
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Hal Brodsky
I was reading an 1876 edition of Charles Dickens and I noticed other books were advertised in the back. As might be expected, Jane Austin and other heavyweights were there, but so were books by "Captain Mayne Reid". I figured if he was good enough to keep literary company with Dickens and Austin, he might be worth a read today. Being from Florida, I decided to start with this book.

Having read the book, I first have to report that Captain Reid is not a Dickens nor an Austin. However this book, wr
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"Captain" Reid wrote many adventure novels akin to those written by Frederick Marryat and Robert Louis Stevenson. He was a great admirer of Lord Byron. These novels contain action that takes place primarily in untamed settings: the American West, Mexico, South Africa, the Himalayas, and Jamaica.
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