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Old 06-14-2009, 05:52 PM   #1
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Ballantyne, R. M.: The Big Otter, v.1, 14 June 2009.

Robert Michael Ballantyne (1825–1894)
“The Big Otter” (1887)

An adventure story set in Canada. The eponymous “Big Otter” is actually a heroic Indian chief. The tale features stereotypical Englishmen, Scots and French Canadians, plus noble savages and lost maidens.

The conversion was inspired by all the otter-related talk in the Lounge. I have added a cover featuring an otter. The source of the text was Project Gutenberg.
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