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The Pools of Silence (Dodo Press)

The Pools of Silence Dodo Press Henry De Vere Stacpoole was a Victorian period author born in Kingstown Ireland A ship s doctor for than forty years Stacpoole was also an expert on the South Pacific islands His many boo

  • Title: The Pools of Silence (Dodo Press)
  • Author: Henry de Vere Stacpoole
  • ISBN: 9781409950776
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • Henry De Vere Stacpoole 1863 1951 was a Victorian period author, born in Kingstown, Ireland A ship s doctor for than forty years, Stacpoole was also an expert on the South Pacific islands His many books contained detailed descriptions of the natural life and civilizations which he was so close to at home The Blue Lagoon 1908 , is a romance novel, the first of aHenry De Vere Stacpoole 1863 1951 was a Victorian period author, born in Kingstown, Ireland A ship s doctor for than forty years, Stacpoole was also an expert on the South Pacific islands His many books contained detailed descriptions of the natural life and civilizations which he was so close to at home The Blue Lagoon 1908 , is a romance novel, the first of a trilogy, the second being The Garden of God 1923 and the third being The Gates of Morning 1925 The plot is about two young children who are shipwrecked on a tropical island in the South Pacific Emotional feelings and physical changes arise as they grow to maturity and fall in love Other works include The Pearl Fishers 1915 , The Man Who Lost Himself 1918 , Green Coral 1935 , Men 1942 and Mice 1945.

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    1. 4.5 StarsWow. This was masterfully crafted. And you know what? I almost didn't finish it.Here I was reading, (and let me tell you,Stacpoole can rope you into a story like no other) and I'm thinking, this is unusual for Stacpoole. Ive never known him to be so racistI can hardly stand thisgollywogs? really??? Why is he doing this? There must be a reasonYes, he knows his craft.How better to tell a story about the Congo Free State atrocities under King Leopold II than to have the story's protagonist [...]

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