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  • In its pages one can feel the very wildest breath of adventure in all the wild range of thrilling sea-lore.

    JACK LONDON AND HIS WORK

  • There was just a hint of conscious sternness in his manner as he entered the Pomerania's beautiful dining saloon, for he wished the passengers to realize that their lives depended upon his prudence and sea-lore.

    Where the Blue Begins

  • No understanding came to me in that hall of a measured and shapely body, designed with a cunning informed by ages of sea-lore to move buoyantly and surely among the ranging seas, to balance delicately, a quick and sensitive being, to every precarious slope, to recover a lost poise easily and with the grace natural to a quick creature controlled by an alert mind.

    Old Junk

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