Title: The Pacific Monthly, Volume 23
Publisher: B. D. H. Stearns
Publication Date: 1910
Book Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition..
693 pp., illustrations. Ex-library; Original covers were removed when then library bound the issues together and are not included; Rebound as hardcover (incorrect year "1911" on spine), label inside front cover, stamps on 1st blank page; stamps on the margins of a few pages, slightly entering into a photo on page 492; stamp on the last blank page; Small tears to the edges of a few pages. This book includes January through June 1910 issues of the journal Pacific Monthly (volume 23). These issues include sections from Jack London's book, The Cruise of the Snark and preceded the book publication in 1911. Photographs are included from his travels through the Pacific Islands. No photographs were included in the original book publication. Articles include: The House of the Sun (Pacific Monthly, pages 1-11, 11 photographs). His visit to Hawaii. A Pacific Traverse (Pacific Monthly, pages 163-174, 13 photographs). Travel across the Pacific to Nuku Hiva island. Typee (Pacific Monthly, pages 267-281, 15 photographs). More on Nuku Hiva ("Typee") island. The Stone-Fishing of Bora Bora: The "Snark in the Society Islands (Pacific Monthly, pages 334-346, 23 photographs). French Polynesia The Amateur Navigator (Pacific Monthly, pages 493-508, 14 photographs). Tahiti and Fiji. Cruising in the Solomons (Pacific Monthly, pages 559-6026, 13 photographs). The Solomon Islands. Also of note, articles on Lafcadio Hearn are included: Mrs. Lafcadio Hearn's Reminiscences in 2 parts (translated by Yone Noguchi). Lafcadio Hearn at Yaidzu by Yone Noguchi 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # AMA032314-1
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