We do not intend to review our own work; if we did
it justice we might be accused of partiality, and
we are not such fools as to abuse it. We leave
that to our literary friends wh...
It has been the fate of very few British writers to have their effigies burned on the streets of New York; it may well be that Captain Frederick Marryat is the only one to whom this has happened. Marr...
Frederick Marryat was almost fifty and had long completed the work for which he must have imagined he would be remembered when he wrote his first book for children, Masterman Ready (1841-1842). Follow...