Charles Nordhoff & James
Pitcairn's Island is the deeply moving and magnificently
exciting sequel to Mutiny on the Bounty and Men Against the
Sea. It is the true story of the mutineers after they
had set sail from Tahiti in search of
Led by Fletcher Christian, nine Englishmen, with twelve Tahitian women and
six Tahitian men, landed on tiny Pitcairn's Island, burned
their old ship, the Bounty, and set about to build a paradise. There,
cut off from the world, unfolds the tale of Christian and his beautiful
Polynesian wife, Maimiti, of ferocity
aroused by the shortage of women, of wild orgies which resulted
from tragedy, and finally, long after the horror was ended, of the
life fashioned from disaster by the survivors.
is in (VGF) condition. Solid, square binding with a reading crease,
The majority of the protective vellum coating is intact. All pages are clean
and complete. A rare find in this condition.
by Pocket Books (457)
First Edition., 1947
Format: Soft cover, 321 pages
Category: Non-Fiction, Ships
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