Great shipwrecks and castaways: authentic accounts of adventures at sea

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Harper, 1952 - Biography & Autobiography - 238 pages
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This unforgettable collection of eyewitness accounts of sea-faring catastrophes describes the adventures of Alexander Selkirk, the original Robinson Crusoe; Miss Ann Saunders, a prim young lady shipwrecked in 1826 and forced to drink the blood of her own fiance; and eighteen other survivors' stories.

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The title says it all. I can tell you this, though. "Great" shipwreck stories are apparently hard to find... Read full review


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Neider is an Antarctic explorer, novelist, editor, photographer and Mark Twain scholar.

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