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Fri Mar 21 17:15:00 2014 UTClccn-n780889640.06Across America on an emigrant train /0.190.56Robert Louis Stevenson95207986Robert_Louis_Stevensonn 78088964224124R. L. S.R.L.S., 1850-1894R. L. S. (Robert Louis Stevenson), 1850-1894R.L.スティーヴンソンR.L.スティーヴンソン, 1850-1894R.L. スティーブンソンR.L. スティーブンソン, 1850-1894RLSRLS (Robert Louis Stevenson), 1850-1894Robert Louis StevensonS., R. L.S., R. L. (Robert Louis Stevenson), 1850-1894Shidiwensen, ... 1850-1894Shidiwensheng, 1850-1894Shih-ti-wen-shengShih-ti-wen-sheng, 1850-1894Sitewenson, ... 1850-1894Sitivensin, Robert LouiSitivensin, Robert Loui, 1850-1894Stēbenson, Rompert Luis 1850-1894Stephenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894Stevensen, Robert Lewis 1850-1894Stevensen, Robert Louis 1850-1894Stevenson, ... 1850-1894Stevenson, L. 1850-1894Stevenson, Louis 1850-1894Stevenson, Louis B. 1850-1894Stevenson, R.Stevenson, R. L.Stevenson, R.L., 1850-1894Stevenson, R. L. B.Stevenson, R.L. (Robert Louis)Stevenson, R. L. (Robert Louis), 1850-1894Stevenson, R. Louis 1850-1894Stevenson, Robert.Stevenson, Robert L.Stevenson, Robert L. 1850-1894Stevenson, Robert L. (Robert Louis), 1850-1894Stevenson, Robert Levis Balfour 1850-1894Stevenson, Robert Lewis 1850-1894Stevenson, Robert Lewis BalfourStevenson, Robert Lewis Balfour, 1850-1894Stevenson, Robert LouisStevenson, Robert-Louis 1850-1894Stevenson, Robert Louis B., 1850-1894Stevenson, Robert Louis BalfourStevenson, Robert Louis Balfour, 1850-1894Stevenson, Robert Louis, MmeStevenson, Robert Louis, MrsStevenson, Robert Ludwik.Stevenson, Robert Luis 1850-1894Stevenson, Roberto Luis, 1850-1894Stīfinsin, Rubirt Luwīs, 1850-1894Stīfinsūn, Rūbart Lūwīs, 1850-1894Sṭivanasana, Āra. Ela.Sṭivanasana, Āra. Ela., 1850-1894Sṭivansana, Āra. Ela.Sṭivansana, Āra. Ela., 1850-1894Stivensen, Robert Luis 1850-1894Stivenson, P. L., 1850-1894Stivenson, R. L.Stivenson, R. L. (Robert Lʹi︠u︡is), 1850-1894Stivenson, Robert L., 1850-1894Stivenson, Robert Lʹi︠u︡isStivenson, Robert Lʹi︠u︡is, 1850-1894Stivenson, Robert Ljuis, 1850-1894Stivenson, Robert LuiStivenson, Robert Lui, 1850-1894Stivenson, Robert LʹûisSṭiṿenson, Roberṭ luis, 1850-1894Stivensoni, Robert LuisStivensoni, Robert Luis, 1850-1894Stīvensons, Roberts Lūiss, 1850-1894Stivnson, Robert LujStiwenson, R. L. 1850-1894Sutībunson 1850-1894Sŭtʻibŭnsŭn, R. L.Sŭtʻibŭnsŭn, R. L., 1850-1894Sutīvunsun, 1850-1894Стивенсон. Р. Л.Стивенсон. Р. Л., 1850-1894Стивенсон, Роберт ЛуисСтивенсон, Роберт Луис, 1850-1894Стивенсон Роберт Льюисסטיבנסון, ר״לסטיבנסון, ר״ל, 1850-1894סטיבנסון, רוברט לואיססטיבנסון, רוברט לואיס, 1850-1894סטיבנסון, רוברט לואססטיווענסאן, ראבערט ל.סטיווענסאן, רוברט לואיס, 1850-1894סטיװענסאן, ראבערט לואיססטיװענסאן, ראבערט לואיס, 1850-1894روبرت لويس ستيفنسون، 1850-1894ستفنسن، روبرت لويس، 1850-1894ستيبنسون، روبرت لويسستيفنسن، روبرت لويس، 1850-1894ستيفنسن، روبير لويس، 1850-1894ستيفنسون، ر. ل.، 1850-1894ستيفنسون، روبرت، 1850-1894ستيفنسون، روبيرت لويس، 1850-1894ستيڤنسون، روبرت لويسスチィーヴンスン, R. Lスチィブンスンスチヴンソンスチーブンスンスチーブンソンスチブンソン, ロバートスチブンソン, ロバート・ルイスチーブンソン, ロバート・ルイススティーヴンスン, R. Lスティーヴンソン, ロバート・ルイススティーブンスン, ロバート・ルイススティーブンソン, R. Lスティブンソン, ロバード・ルイス史蒂文森罗伯特·路易斯史蒂文森罗伯特·路易斯, 1850-1894史蒂文生斯蒂文逊, 1850-1894lccn-n50082618Stevenson, Fanny Van de Grift1840-1914auiclblccn-n50049631Osbourne, Lloyd1868-1947auiedtlccn-n79054878Wyeth, N. C.(Newell Convers)1882-1945illlccn-n50031911Colvin, Sidney1845-1927edtlccn-n50037313Henley, William Ernest1849-1903trllyrlccn-no94018831Recorded Books, Inclccn-n79091479Hugo, Victor1802-1885lccn-n78088009Burns, Robert1759-1796lccn-n78095600Thoreau, Henry David1817-1862fast-1746908Hyde, Edward (Fictitious character)Stevenson, Robert Louis1850-1894FictionHistoryJuvenile worksPsychological fictionRecords and correspondenceBiographyDramaSea storiesCriticism, interpretation, etcAdventure storiesStevenson, Robert Louis,PiratesTreasure trovesScotlandAuthors, ScottishAdventure storiesTravelTreasure Island (Imaginary place)England--LondonPhysiciansMultiple personalityChildren's poetry, EnglishBrothersSelf-experimentation in medicineKidnappingOceaniaGreat BritainWars of the Roses (Great Britain : 1455-1485)Inheritance and successionAdventure and adventurersRevengeAbsence and presumption of deathSamoan IslandsYoung menTeenage boysHorror talesFrance--Cévennes MountainsStevenson, Fanny Van de Grift,JacobitesPolynesiaDisinheritanceKidnapping victimsCaribbean AreaChildren's poetry, ScottishSea storiesChildren's poetryUnited StatesBurns, Robert,Hugo, Victor,Railroad travelWhitman, Walt,Thoreau, Henry David,Knox, John,Pepys, Samuel,United States, WestManners and customsVillon, François,English literatureKnights and knighthoodGuardian and ward18501894185318541856186318641866186818691870187118721873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014457044948734293823.8PR5486ocn066699167ocn799191341ocn469332181ocn470748781ocn470978163ocn470667241ocn470847439ocn797575747ocn676643217ocn441163773ocn002297729ocn006901208ocn007286306ocn001806170ocn015698212ocn679737828ocn031153961ocn045878612ocn036308998ocn659341252ocn797468290ocn797801175ocn185734888ocn799097188ocn797941725ocn797500114ocn797347292ocn797461930ocn800909478ocn186415121ocn812181954ocn073509632ocn805589911ocn075913229ocn794531702ocn723496124ocn073736394ocn845372313ocn723552940ocn723849494ocn017303844ocn256481036ocn317564826ocn076699464ocn269389686ocn767413328ocn081820562ocn658958305ocn662197394ocn269389607ocn041624621ocn419264478ocn843065643ocn028990926ocn702325217ocn064688828ocn159956910ocn797375247ocn691259660ocn691245253ocn691223136ocn861223032ocn720703454ocn842361457ocn866560351ocn847545787ocn658849121ocn799430685ocn314942287ocn494658440ocn799997651ocn460499132ocn255675383ocn440040681ocn440221717ocn762758848ocn461653980Authors, Scottish341572152ocn042922623book18810.08Stevenson, Robert LouisTreasure IslandHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksComic books, strips, etcFictionTextbooksPictorial worksDramaAdventure storiesDime novelsGraphic novelsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksHistorical fictionSea storiesYoung adult worksAdventure stories, AmericanWhile going through the possessions of a deceased guest who owed them money, the mistress of the inn and her son find a treasure map that leads to a pirate fortune as well as great danger. Portrayal of good versus evil, as the young boy accompanies Long John Silver and his band of pirates in search of the buried treasure+-+551626931515034735ocn044957155book18850.08Stevenson, Robert LouisA Child's Garden Of VersesJuvenile worksFictionPoetryA collection of poems evoking the world and feelings of childhood+-+273873431513728815ocn671734223book17510.08Stevenson, Robert LouisKidnappedHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksComic books, strips, etcFictionTextbooksStudy guidesAdventure storiesGraphic novelsHistorical fictionUpside-down booksYoung adult worksThe adventures of a sixteen-year-old orphan who was kidnapped by his villainous uncle but later escaped and became involved in the struggle of the Scottish highlanders against English rule+-+846969022632412236739ocn513983832book18800.19Stevenson, Robert LouisThe strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. HydeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionDramaManuscriptsPsychological fictionAllegoriesDetective and mystery storiesDomestic fictionHorror comic books, strips, etcHorror talesShort storiesYoung adult worksDr. Jekyll invented a drug that would change him into Mr. Hyde, a foul-tempered, uncouth degenerate. His evil nature, however, became the stronger part of him and to his horror, he no longer needed the formula to transform his appearance+-+18776902263247985597ocn044958539book18880.27Stevenson, Robert LouisThe master of Ballantrae a winter's taleHistoryJuvenile worksFictionPsychological fictionDime novelsHistorical fictionJames Durie, Master of Ballantrae, thought killed during the Jacobite rebellion returns to Durrisdeer to find his brother in his place. But James is no wronged innocent ; he is, instead, a greedy, traitor, and he cunningly turns everyone against his staid, stoic brother, Henry+-+16796902263244898503ocn003770572book18840.08Stevenson, Robert LouisDr. Jekyll and Mr. HydeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksComic books, strips, etcFictionPictorial worksStudy guidesPsychological fictionDetective and mystery comic books, strips, etcGraphic novelsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksHorror comic books, strips, etcHorror talesShort storiesYoung adult worksA kind and well-respected doctor turns into a murderous madman by taking a secret drug+-+K2276780054454235ocn044958466book18880.19Stevenson, Robert LouisThe black arrow a tale of the two rosesHistoryJuvenile worksFictionTextbooksBildungsromansHistorical fictionWar storiesYoung adult worksA young Englishman, seeking to avenge the death of his father, becomes involved in the band of the Black Arrow and the events of the War of the Roses+-+02233693153673299ocn000523084book17510.18Stevenson, Robert LouisKidnapped : being memoirs of the adventures of David Balfour in the year 1751 ...HistoryJuvenile worksFictionAdventure storiesHistorical fictionAdventure stories, EnglishThe adventures of a sixteen-year-old orphan who was kidnapped by his villainous uncle but later escaped and became involved in the struggle of the Scottish highlanders against English rule+-+17517869653294301ocn605958929book18800.35Stevenson, Robert LouisNew Arabian nightsFolkloreFictionAdventure stories, EnglishPublished in book form in 1882, these stories first appeared in magazines from 1877 to 1880. The first part consists of The Suicide Club," and The Rajah's Diamond;" stories that detail the exotic adventures of Prince Florizel of Bohemia and his associate Colonel Geraldine. Tales from the second part include A Lodging for the Night," Stevenson's first published story, and The Pavilion on the Links," praised by Arthur Conan Doyle as the high-water mark of Stevenson's genius."+-+15427022363243169203ocn044959871book18910.31Stevenson, Robert LouisThe wreckerHistoryFictionAdventure storiesSea storiesStory of an adventurous search for treasure, written in collaboration with Lloyd Osbourne in 1892. For other editions, see Author Catalog+-+30860902263242503251ocn005543520book18000.53Stevenson, Robert LouisFamiliar studies of men and booksCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyA companion to his earlier Virginibus Puerisque, this 1882 collection is the more critical volume of the two. “The readings of a literary vagrant, according to the author, these conversational essays read more like short stories about their subjects. Included among the nine pieces are, “Victor Hugo's Romances, “Some Aspects of Robert Burns, “Henry David Thoreau: His Character and Opinions, and “Charles of Orleans+-+30219611252384119ocn044961764file18930.33Stevenson, Robert LouisThe ebb-tide a trio and quartetteFictionThe owner of the island, also an English gentleman, has amassed a fortune in pearls. He is both a stern disciplinarian and a religious megalomaniac. As the protagonists in this 'quartette' begin to play out their parts, the plot moves to its dramatic, but ambiguous, conclusion+-+51295139253242368175ocn044959402book18890.33Stevenson, Robert LouisThe wrong boxFictionBlack humorA black comedy brimming with absurd plot twists, The Wrong Box is a farcical romp through the misadventures of Morris and John Finsbury. The brothers attempt to collect money in a financial scheme that has gone awry. The survivor of the tontine will receive a large fortune but only if he can keep dead people seemingly alive, and outlast his contenders. This book, co-written with Lloyd Osbourne, will have the reader in stitches+-+51797374652338886ocn456052841book18860.08Stevenson, Robert LouisSchateiland van R.L. StevensonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksComic books, strips, etcFictionAdventure storiesGraphic novelsSea storiesA treasure map found in a sea-chest sends Jim Hawkins on an expedition in search of gold+-+K2545748932317161ocn679647138book18830.37Stevenson, Robert LouisAcross the plainsFictionIn this journal of his experiences crossing North America by train written in 1879-80 and first published in 1892 the celebrated master of the adventure novel demonstrates his flair as a travel writer and essayist. Across the Plains is a genuine slice of Americana as seen through a Scotsman's eyes+-+4412690226324225851ocn044957138file18920.32Stevenson, Robert LouisA footnote to history eight years of trouble in SamoaHistoryPublished in 1892, the author's experiences in Samoa inspired this history of their Civil War, which began in 1889. Stevenson's natural affinity for the underdog put him squarely in the camp of the indigenous inhabitants who were fighting against the colonial powers of England, Germany, and America+-+62036397352062127ocn044957124file18920.28Stevenson, Robert LouisCatriona a sequel to "Kidnapped"HistoryJuvenile worksFictionAdventure storiesHistorical fictionLove storiesDavid Balfour is no sooner back in Edinburgh and restored to his estate than he is caught up in the aftermath of the Appin murder. Since he was present when the crime was committed, he knows that the accused, James Stewart, is innocent. Determined to testify on his behalf, David is waylaid yet again and thrust upon a further series of adventures. He meets the son of Rob Roy Macgregor, and falls in love with his daughter Catriona. The romance between David and Catriona is passionate but beset with problems. Alan Breck, David Balfour's mentor and collaborator in Kidnapped, becomes involved in an attempt to unite the lovers and it is on this note of hope that the adventure enters its final chapters+-+16033634063241977187ocn001853532book18930.39Stevenson, Robert LouisSt. Ives : being the adventures of a French prisoner in EnglandHistoryJuvenile worksFictionThis novel, left unfinished at the author's death, was completed by his friend, the writer Arthur Quiller-Couch, and published in 1897. The novel recounts the adventures of Capitaine Jacques St. Ives, a Napoleonic soldier, after his capture by the British—and his romance with the lovely Flora Gilchrist+-+28565656961958229ocn003474410book18790.35Stevenson, Robert LouisTravels with a donkey in the CevennesCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyGuidebooksStevenson was called to the Scottish bar in 1875, but instead of practicing law Stevenson he himself to writing travel sketches, essays, and short stories for magazines. Travels with a Donkey in the Cevenne, his popular description of a 12-day trek with a recalcitrant donkey, Modestine, in the Cevennes Montains of France was published in 1879+-+72553215461921115ocn599974895book18960.39Stevenson, Robert LouisWeir of HermistonFictionDomestic fictionIn Stevenson's tale of father - son confrontation, the father, Adam Weir, is modelled on Lord Braxfield, the eighteenth-century 'hanging judge'. Weir, a 'risen man' who has married a wealthy but weak woman, is both feared and respected, not least by his own son, Archie. At a public hanging, Archie speaks out against capital punishment, knowing that it was his own father who sentenced the man+-+4579690226324216615ocn000801028book19470.29Daiches, DavidRobert Louis Stevenson and his worldCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography20505ocn027066884book19930.06Murphy, JimAcross America on an emigrant trainHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyCombines an account of Robert Louis Stevenson's experiences as he traveled from New York to California by train in 1879 and a description of the building and operation of railroads in nineteenth-century America+-+6839120485190329ocn044961856file18990.31Stevenson, Robert LouisThe letters of Robert Louis StevensonBiographyRecords and correspondence+-+7989689596181380ocn000361976book19010.50Balfour, GrahamThe life of Robert Louis StevensonBiographyThis is one-volume proof copy with copious manuscript annotations by the author throughout. The volume is accompanied by one issue of The Edinburgh Academy Chronicle (vol. II. no. 4: February 1895) which contains an article on the death of Stevenson. Also included is a one page manuscript letter in the author's hand+-+1224142696178718ocn053943894com19140.33Stevenson, Fanny Van de GriftThe cruise of the Janet Nichol among the South Sea Islands a diary by Mrs Robert Louis StevensonDiaries+-+2528340475324168758ocn589582088com18810.35Stevenson, Robert LouisTravels with a donkey in the CevennesCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyGuidebooksBased on Stevenson's travels with a stubborn donkey named Modestine through south central France, this entertaining narrative is one of the best travelogues of the nineteenth-century. Stevenson offers many keen observations about France, the people, and the dramatic history of the region, as well as thoughtful insights about the religious strife between the Catholics and Protestants+-+546069022632416768ocn001093599book19740.27Pope-Hennessy, JamesRobert Louis StevensonBiographyA critical biography of the Scottish fictionist and poet, chronicling his dramatic and romantic travels and activities in Scotland, Europe, America, and finally Samoa, and appraising his poetry, stories, and travel books165518ocn044962257com18950.29Stevenson, Robert LouisVailima lettersRecords and correspondenceRobert Louis Stevenson's experiences and observations in the South Seas, being an account of the Marquesas, Paumotur, and Gilbert Islands in the course of two cruises, on the yacht 'Casco' (1888) and the schooner 'Equator' (1889)+-+640086769615727ocn000737070book19740.25Saposnik, Irving SRobert Louis StevensonCriticism, interpretation, etcA critical study of Stevenson's work14947ocn223403042file20050.50Robert Louis Stevenson writer of boundariesCriticism, interpretation, etcRobert Louis Stevenson: Writer of Boundaries reinstates Stevenson at the center of critical debate and demonstrates the sophistication of his writings and the present relevance of his kaleidoscopic achievements. While most young readers know Robert Louis+-+857767447514849ocn027896333book19920.25Bell, IanDreams of exile : Robert Louis Stevenson, a biographyBiography""Fiction is to grown men what play is to the child," Robert Louis Stevenson once said in a statement that perfectly captures the magic of his own fiction. Immensely popular during his brief life - he died in 1894 at the age of forty-four - he has never lacked for readers since. In the century that followed his death, many biographies have been written, each with its own image of R.L.S.: the sickly, dreaming child; the Bohemian dandy outraging Victorian Edinburgh; the romantic wanderer leading his donkey through the wilds of the Cevennes; the frail genius doomed to die young. For some, he is the man of action avid for experience, filled with wanderlust; for others, the writer of stories beloved by children and familiar from innumerable film and television dramas. Still others know him as the essayist whose skills matched William Hazlitt's and the novelist to whom even Henry James deferred. All of these are R.L.S., but none is the full Stevenson." "Now, in this new and acclaimed biography, Ian Bell attempts to see Stevenson whole, to trace the line of descent from the son of Calvinist engineers to the man who ended his days as Tusitala among the Samoan islanders. Understanding that for Stevenson geography mattered, Bell sets out to discover the complete man through the places he lived and the people he lived among as well as through the books that poured from him during his all-too-short literary life. As such, Dreams of Exile is both literary biography and travel narrative. It follows Stevenson's development as an artist and as a man by following his often chaotic progress from continent to continent, in good health and in bad, in poverty and in wealth. Along the way, it reveals his often tortured relations with his family, his robust sexuality, and the mystery of his stormy marriage to a woman many years his senior."+-+7087972925324143610ocn840464255book20130.14Horan, NancyUnder the wide and starry sky : a novelFictionAt the age of thirty-five, Fanny Van de Grift Osbourne has left her philandering husband in San Francisco to set sail for Belgium -- with her three children and nanny in tow -- to study art. It is a chance for this adventurous woman to start over, to make a better life for all of them, and to pursue her own desires. Not long after her arrival, however, tragedy strikes, and Fanny and her children repair to a quiet artists' colony in France where she can recuperate. Emerging from a deep sorrow, she meets a lively Scot, Robert Louis Stevenson, ten years her junior, who falls instantly in love with the earthy, independent, and opinionated "belle Americaine." Fanny does not immediately take to the slender young lawyer who longs to devote his life to writing -- and who would eventually pen such classics as Treasure Island and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. In time, though, she succumbs to Stevenson's charms, and the two begin a fierce love affair -- marked by intense joy and harrowing darkness -- that spans the decades and the globe13836ocn043803133com19840.23Roberts, James LamarDr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde notes, including life of the author, general plot summary, list of characters, summaries and critical commentaries, character analyses, questions for review, essay topics, selected bibliographyCriticism, interpretation, etcStudy guidesDr. Jekyll, a kindly scientist, takes on his stunted evil self, Mr. Hyde by night+-+6105257735128235ocn000365236book19000.56Chesterton, G. KRobert Louis StevensonCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography+-+487556002512743ocn044957240file19960.25Stevenson, Robert LouisLetters of Robert Louis StevensonRecords and correspondence12718ocn030702857book19930.25McLynn, FrankRobert Louis Stevenson : a biographyBiography"Robert Louis Stevenson's extraordinary life had a formal structure like that of a hero in Greek myth. A difficult childhood in the care of a demon-haunted Calvinistic nurse and a battle of wills with his autocratic father were followed by marriage to a difficult woman from California. After valiant struggles with illness (in the form of a lung disease, probably tuberculosis), he returned to Scotland for reconciliation with his father, and on the patriarch's death left his native land forever to die prematurely in the South Seas." "In reasserting Stevenson's claims as a writer of genius and moral seriousness, Mr. McLynn emphasizes the many obstacles that stood in his path: his father, his poor health, the squeamishness of the Victorian reading public, and, most of all, the stresses imposed on him by his wife and stepchildren - stresses that materially contributed to his early death in 1894 at the age of forty-four. Above all, the author's life is a story of courage - not just the bravery to face Pacific hurricanes unblinkingly, but the moral strength required to wrestle with many conflicts simultaneously while daily facing possible death from his weak lungs."--BOOK JACKET+-+593769421512516ocn000171760book19510.33Furnas, J. CVoyage to windward : the life of Robert Louis StevensonBiography124825ocn593813037com19120.27Stevenson, Robert LouisIn the south seasBiographyRecords and correspondenceGet set for a swashbuckling series of adventures. In this volume, Robert Louis Stevenson -- famed author of such classics as Treasure Island and Kidnapped -- presents a series of articles and essays recounting his own travels around the Pacific. A must-read for fans of Stevenson's unique brand of high-seas action and excitement+-+389969022632412077ocn000361969book19660.35Eigner, Edwin MRobert Louis Stevenson and romantic traditionBiography11934ocn051857364visu20030.07Clements, RonTreasure planetJuvenile worksFictionDramaScience fiction filmsFilm adaptationsAnimated filmsTeenager Jim Hawkins travels across the universe as a cabin boy aboard a majestic space galleon only to realize that his friend Silver, the ship's cook, is a space pirate+-+1542702236324+-+1542702236324Fri Mar 21 15:18:56 EDT 2014batch496506