Toilers of the Sea by Victor Hugo

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Toilers of the Sea

Publisher: J. M. Dent & Sons
ISBN/ASIN: 1146472951
Number of pages: 368

The story of an illiterate fisherman from the Channel Islands who must free a ship that has run aground in order to win the hand of the woman he loves, a shipowner's daughter. Gilliat, the embattled fisherman, contends with sea storms and monstrous predators that Hugo describes in exhilarating detail.

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