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John Masefield (Author). The original crew of the 'Bird of Dawning' are safe. Trewsbury is applauded and rewarded by all; rich from salvage money, he marries his sweetheart and lives happily ever after.

John Masefield (Author).

Between 1924 and 1939 he published 12 novels, which vary from stories of the sea (The Bird of Dawning, Victorious Troy) to social novels about modern England (The Hawbucks, The Square Peg), and from tales of an imaginary land in Central America (Sard Harker, Odtaa) to fantasies for children (The Midnight Folk, The Box of Delights).

Bird of Dawning book. Originally written in 1933, this classic sea adventure tells of the.

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Secure in a high place in the ranks of English writers, John Masefield has attained that enviable position through various means. He is distinguished not alone as a poet, but also as dramatist, historian, novelist, and writer of short stories. But it is as a poet, and particularly as a narrative poet, that he gained his first and perhaps most lasting fame.

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John Masefield’s Life. Masefield was born on 1st June, 1878 in Ledbury, Herefordshire, England. He also wrote many other popular novels, among these are ‘Multitude and Solitude, Lost Endeavour, The Bird of Dawning , Eggs and Baker . He also wrote poetic dramas

John Masefield’s Life. His mother died when he was only six years old. He lived with his aunt and father but later his father, who was a solicitor, died due to a mental breakdown. He also wrote poetic dramas. Two of these are The Tragedy of Nan and The Tragedy of Pompey the Great.

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A historical novel by a writer who witnessed the southern reconstruction period and how the newly freed slaves were reduced to non citizenship status once again; and how the south emerged rather unchanged in racial attitudes after the reconstruction period. Tourgee was an expert in the rise of the Ku klux Klan and how the Klan ultimately won its war on the freedman without suffering guilt or punishment. This novel not only tells of a specific post civil war period but also gives a background for understanding the ‘Jim Crow’ laws that followed and the acceptance of the sham ‘separate but equal’ Supreme Court ruling.
PanshyR
This work is well written and very informative while using a fictitious family from the north to bolster the historical record of reconstruction--well worth the time and effort to learn some of the true feelings of the people in relation to each other after the bitterness of the civil war.
Delalbine
THE story was good but it took me while to get into it. The language of the now free slaves is tops All in all, it kept my attention once
I got involved with the story.
Cordanara
Broad story of reconstruction in the south..
Several soliloquies consider the political, social, and community realities
of reconstruction policy that offers a current reader historical perspective.
Samutilar
I read it several years ago. This copy was a gift for a dear friend who loves it.
Mr.Bean
If you are a fan of sea adventure then this is a great read. Fun to read yet there are no chapter breaks. You have to pick your stopping points well. John Masefield captures the moment well and supplies plenty of drama and adventure in this sailing epic of the 19th century.
Goldenfang
The fool is not a fool. But to find out on the last page the meaning is boorish. All the story and premise were very believable. Until civil rights and the reason for war, KKK, and brutal aftermath of the war describe reconstruction and the horrific brutal rights of free black men was and is just not right. The main character is a shit to begin with. How he changes to a good guy suspect. The dialogue and the fool's letters were sincere. How the descriptions and general newsworthiness were in a different language that made sense for the times.
Outstanding analysis of the Reconstruction and effects after the Civil War. Explains a lot of the racial differences that we still have today.
The Bird of Dawning (Seafarers) ebook
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John Masefield
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