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Typee / by Herman Melville. [print]

By: Melville, Herman, 1819-1891 [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Publication not identified. Description: 237 pages ; 25 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Indigenous peoples | Sailors | Manners and customs | Travel | English language | Marquesas Islands (French Polynesia)LOC classification: PS2384.T974PS2384.M531.T974COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: Summary: [The author was more than two years in the South Seas, after escaping from the valley, as recounted in the last chapter. Some time after returning home the foregoing narrative was published, though it was little thought at the time that this would be he means of revealing the existence of Toby, who had long been given up for lost. But so it proved. The story of his escape supplies a natural sequel to the adventure, and as such it is now added to the volume. It was related to the author by Toby himself, not ten days since] New York, July 1846. (Note page)
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[The author was more than two years in the South Seas, after escaping from the valley, as recounted in the last chapter. Some time after returning home the foregoing narrative was published, though it was little thought at the time that this would be he means of revealing the existence of Toby, who had long been given up for lost. But so it proved. The story of his escape supplies a natural sequel to the adventure, and as such it is now added to the volume. It was related to the author by Toby himself, not ten days since] New York, July 1846. (Note page)

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