The Sea Wolf
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Extended description - The Sea-Wolf is a novel written in 1904 by American author Jack London.
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01: I scarcely know where to begin
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02: I seemed swinging in a a mighty
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03: Wolf Larsen ceased swearing
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04: What happened to me next
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05: But my first night in the hunters' steerage
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06: By the following morning the storm
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07: At last, after three days of variable wind
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08: Sometimes I think Wolf Larsen mad
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09: Three days of rest, three blessed days
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10: My intimacy with Wolf Larsen increases
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11: The Ghost has attained the southernmost point
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12: The last twenty-four hours have witnessed
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13: For three days I did my own work, and Thomas
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14: It has dawned upon me that I have never
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15: There was a deal of cursing and groaning
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16: I cannot say that the position of mate
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17: Strange to say, in spite of the general foreboding,
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18: The next day, while the storm was blowing itself out
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19: I came on deck to find the Ghost heading up close
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20: The remainder of the day passed uneventfully.
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21: The chagrin Wolf Larsen felt from being ignored
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22: I knew what it was as she came toward me.
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23: Brave winds, blowing fair, swiftly drove the Ghost
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24: Among the most vivid memories of my life
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25: You've been on deck, Mr. Van Weyden,
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26: Wolf Larsen took the distribution of the whiskey
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27: Day broke, grey and chill.
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28: There is no need of going into
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29: Fool! I cried aloud in my vexation.
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30: No wonder we called it Endeavour Island.
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31: It will smell, I said, but it will keep in the heat
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32: I awoke, oppressed by a mysterious sensation.
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33: We waited all day for Wolf Larsen to come ashore.
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34: It's too bad the Ghost has lost her masts.
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35: Next day, the mast-steps clear, and everything in readiness,
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36: For two days Maud and I ranged the sea
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37: At once we moved aboard the Ghost,
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38: I think my left side is going, Wolf Larsen wrote,
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39: The day came for our departure.
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