Treasure islands : sailing the South Seas in the wake of Fanny and Robert Louis Stevenson / Pamela Stephenson Stephenson, Pamela

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Stephenson, Pamela
Ocean travel.; Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894; Stephenson, Pamela
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"This is the story of two resourceful women. The one, Pamela Stephenson--biographer, mother, wife of Billy Connolly, psychologist and ex-comedienne--the other Fanny Stevenson--'the Wild Woman of the West', as her husband Robert Louis called her. Both married to maverick Scottish men, both in search of adventure and a kind of epiphany, both drawn for a myriad of reasons to the coral islands, lagoons, natives and customs of the South Seas"--P. [4] of cover. "Aboard a 112-foot clipper, the author follows in the intrepid footsteps of Fanny Stevenson, maverick wife of Robert Louis Stevenson, and quickly finds that the two have much in common: a fascination with the South Seas, a thirst for adventure, great humor in the face of adversity, and unpredictable husbands. Complete with pirates, storms, and seasickness, this witty account is a history lesson, travel journal, and humorous story." --Publisher.
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