Toilers of the Sea #2

By Victor Hugo

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Toilers of the Sea by Victor Hugo, was published in 1866. The author of Les Misérables was inspired to write his great novel of maritime adventure and doomed love, during his political exile on the Channel Islands. Ripping yarn, political satire and spiritual allegory, this remarkable book examines the capricious nature of the sea and the human heart.
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