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The Mutineer: A Romance of Pitcairn Island By Louis Becke Walter Jeffery,

  • Title: The Mutineer: A Romance of Pitcairn Island
  • Author: Louis Becke Walter Jeffery
  • ISBN: 9781409947165
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Paperback
  • George Louis Lewis Becke 1848 1913 was an Australian short story writer and novelist He began his voyages in the south seas at a very early age and there are two accounts of these beginnings one by the Earl of Pembroke, who presumably obtained his information from Becke, which is prefixed to By Reef and Palm 1894 , and the other written by Becke It is difficult to reGeorge Louis Lewis Becke 1848 1913 was an Australian short story writer and novelist He began his voyages in the south seas at a very early age and there are two accounts of these beginnings one by the Earl of Pembroke, who presumably obtained his information from Becke, which is prefixed to By Reef and Palm 1894 , and the other written by Becke It is difficult to reconcile them, and all that is certain is that Becke spent many years on vessels trading in the Pacific islands Becke went to London, and he remained in Europe for about 15 years, during which time a large number of collections of short stories and a few novels and stories for boys were published He was fairly paid by the magazines for his stories, but he always sold his books outright About 30 of Becke s books are listed in Miller s Australian Literature with six other volumes written in collaboration with W J Jeffery Among Becke s books are The Naval Pioneers of Australia 1899 , and By Rock and Pool on an Austral Shore and Other Stories 1901.
    The Mutineer A Romance of Pitcairn Island George Louis Lewis Becke was an Australian short story writer and novelist He began his voyages in the south seas at a very early age and there are two accounts of these beginnings one by th

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    1. This book tells the story of The Mutiny on the Bounty aboard the British Royal Navy ship HMS Bounty on 28 April 1789 led by Fletcher Christian against their captain, Lieutenant William Bligh they were motivated by Bligh s allegedly harsh treatment of them To avoid detection and prevent desertion, the mutineers then settled on Pitcairn Island and burned the Bounty off Pitcairn The book tells of the events prior to and during the mutiny Then focuses on the finding and settling on Pitcairn and the [...]

    2. The Mutiny on the Bounty was a mutiny aboard the British Royal Navy ship HMS Bounty on 28 April 1789 led by Fletcher Christian against their captain, Lieutenant William Bligh According to accounts, the sailors were attracted to the idyllic life and sexual opportunities afforded on the Pacific island of Tahiti It has also been argued that they were motivated by Bligh s allegedly harsh treatment of them.Eighteen mutineers set Bligh afloat in a small boat with eighteen of the twenty two crew loyal [...]

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