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The Mission by Frederick Marryat By Frederick Marryat
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The Mission by Frederick Marryat : This Book is one of the Best of Frederick Marryat Books. If you are one of his fan, make sure you have got this book in hand. This book is very fun , showed to be... More > Brilliant , Literary Beautiful, Irresistibly Engaging with Through Analysis , and all best practices that you can apply to the real life. All of Frederick Marryat books are always well accepted by readers. If you Never read one of his books, Prepared to be Entranced. The Mission should be first choice on the list, and later on you will undeniably get into his world and become his fan.< Less
Children of the New Forest By Frederick Marryat
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The Children of the New Forest is a children's novel published in 1847 by Frederick Marryat. It is set in the time of the English Civil War and the Commonwealth. The story follows the fortunes of the... More > four Beverley children who are orphaned during the war, and hide from their Roundhead oppressors in the shelter of the New Forest where they learn to live off the land. The story begins in 1647 when King Charles I has been defeated in the civil war and has fled from London towards the New Forest. Parliamentary soldiers have been sent to search the forest and decide to burn Arnwood, the house of Colonel Beverley, a Cavalier officer killed at the Battle of Naseby. The four orphan children of the house, Edward, Humphrey, Alice and Edith, are believed to have died in the flames. However, they are saved by Jacob Armitage, a local gamekeeper, who hides them in his isolated cottage acting as his grandchildren.< Less
Mr. Midshipman Easy By Frederick Marryat
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Easy is the son of foolish parents, who spoiled him. His father, in particular, regards himself as a philosopher, with a firm belief in the "rights of man". As he is a rich man, his belief,... More > which the novel presents as very foolish, is never seriously contradicted. By the time he is a teenager Easy has adopted his father's point of view, to the point where he no longer believes in private property. There are two very satiric short chapters. Easy joins the navy, becomes friendly with a lower deck seaman named Mesty, an escaped slave, who had been a prince in Africa. Mesty is sympathetic to Easy's philosophizing. Even though Marryat tries to render Mesty's speech in dialect, he portrays him sympathetically, allowing him dignity. Easy becomes a competent officer, in spite of his notions. By the end of the novel both Easy and Mesty have come to a more conventional view of rights, and private property.< Less
Newton Forster By Frederick Marryat
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Newton Forster is a troubled young man who survives impressment into the Navy, imprisonment in France, and a shipwreck in the West Indies before gaining a post on a British East India vessel.
Frank Mildmay By Frederick Marryat
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The Naval Officer or scenes and adventures in the life of Frank Mildmay
The Children of the New Forest By Frederick Marryat
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Valerie By Captain Frederick Marryat
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Written in during Marryat's last days before death, Valerie is the story of an attractive, spirited heroine who pursues prosperity and happiness.