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10,000 leagues over the sea

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        LC Classifications2004
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        Paginationxvi, 96 p. :
        Number of Pages62
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        ISBN 103899040848
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VINTAGE BOOK 10,000 LEAGUES OVER THE SEA Robinson Copyright 1932 US Navy

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There he planned to build a boat in which he hoped to sailto Australia with his family. Russia has such a beautiful countryside, and the Russians do such terrible things to it. By then, he had gotten over his yearning for Karin and found compelling reasons for going on.

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Unable to resist her charms, I quit my job, rented my apartment, moved aboard and sailed off into the sunset. While he was recuperating, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt passed through the Canal Zone bound for Hawaii. In 1937, restless, his New England conscience telling him that he should not be living such an idyllic life, they returned to Ipswich, on the Connecticut River, where Robbie in- dulged his second great love, after Tahiti that of designing and building sailing ships.

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