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The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket

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A strong hand held him on the cabin floor, with a tight grasp upon his throat--still he was able to see what was going on around him. His father was tied hand and foot, and lying along the steps of the companion-way with his head down, and a deep wound in the forehead, from which the blood was flowing in a continued stream. He spoke not a word, and was apparently dying. Over him stood the first mate, eying him with an expression of fiendish derision, and deliberately searching his pockets, from which he presently drew forth a large wallet and a chronometer.

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ISBN:
9781551118383
Author:
Poe, Edgar Allan
Publisher:
Broadview Pr
Hoeveler, Diane (EDT):
Frank, Frederick S. (EDT)
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Publication Date:
2010-05-17
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English

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