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In the South Seas by Robert Louis Stevenson

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In the South Seas
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Publisher: Scribner
ISBN/ASIN: 1440058857
Number of pages: 620

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In his book, In the South Seas, Stevenson gives an accurate and in depth look into the people and culture of the islands of the South Pacific. The book describes the author's two year journey from the Marqueses Islands, to Tahiti, then Honolulu, and finally Samoa. Stevenson uses the great adventures he experienced and his masterfully writing skills to paint a breath taking view of the islands and thier many beauties.

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