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 - THE WHALE," says the Athenaeum, "contains...
THE WHALE," says the Athenaeum, "contains graphic descriptions such as we do not remember to have met with before in marine literature." I " r1HE WHALE displays fertile fancv, and an un-j A usual power of enchaining the interest." Morning Ad-. vertiscr. ' rMIE WHALE is intensely interesting. It is not JL a mere tale of adventures, but a whole philosophy of life that it unfolds. "John Bull. HE WHALE is a singular novel. The satire is biting and reckless." Spectator. THE WHALE is perhaps the raciest thing of the kind that was ever produced. The author's ink must be the black liquor of the cuttle-fish, and his pen drawn from the v. ing of the albatross." Evening paper. T

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  1. The Morning Post,
  2. 28 Oct 1851, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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