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The Sea and the Jungle: Being the narrative of the voyage of the tramp steamer Capella


by
H. M. Tomlinson

 

"The sailor, who is used to far horizons and habitually deals with affairs in a large way because his standards in his own business are the skyline and the meridian, put to me the most searching question I have had to answer since the city first caught and caged me. He put it casually when he was striking a match for a cigar, so little did he himself think of it. "Then why," said he, "don't you chuck it?" "

Published in 1920





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