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The Coral Island (Large Print Edition)

by Robert Michael Ballantyne

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Published by BiblioBazaar .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction / Adventure

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9797891M
    ISBN 101426422199
    ISBN 109781426422195
    OCLC/WorldCa274129155

     The Coral Island () R.M. Ballantyne Edited by Ralph Crane and Lisa Fletcher Book Description Three teenage boys, the sole survivors of a shipwreck, find themselves marooned on a deserted island in the South Pacific. With little more than a telescope and a broken knife, the youths must find food and shelter and learn to survive.   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Coral Island by Robert Michael Ballantyne, , Ward, Lock & Co., Limited edition, The coral island ( edition) | Open Library.

    Wikipedia Book - The Coral Island. Download M4B (MB) Download cover art Download CD case insert. The Coral Island. R. M. BALLANTYNE ( - ) Ralph Rover is a traveler at heart, and has always dreamed of shipping out to the South Seas islands. He finally convinces his aging parents to let him go and find his way in the world. But the. Ballantyne wrote children's stories based on his experiences in Canada as a young man in the service of the Hudson's Bay Company, achieving his greatest literary success with his second book, The Coral Island, and long influencing other writers: William Golding's Lord of the Flies is a modern riposte to Ballantyne's Victorian castaway idyll.

    The Coral Island - A Tale of the Pacific Ocean - opens with the shipwreck on a Pacific Island of the young friends Ralph Rover and Jack Martin and Peterkin Gray. Despite the pleasurable presence of delicious breadfruit, coconuts, and succulent oysters, the intrepid trio are not alone and they soon witness a battle between rival bands of cannibals led by 'Bloody Bill'.Their lives 3/5(1).   ‎The story is written as a first person narrative from the perspective of year-old Ralph Rover, one of three boys shipwrecked on the coral reef of a large but uninhabited Polynesian island. The account starts briskly; only four pages are devoted to Ralph's early life and a further fourteen to his /5(5).


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William Golding used Coral Island as the foundation for his book. The common elements are a desert island, boys named Jack, Ralph, and Peterkin (who he renamed Simon (biblical)).

It then goes in a completely different direction by having the boys in LOTF descend into man's terrible nature (Golding's view)/5(). William Golding used Coral Island as the foundation for his book. The common elements are a desert island, boys named Jack, Ralph, and Peterkin (who he renamed Simon \biblical/).

It then goes in a completely different direction by having the boys in LOTF decend into man's terrible nature (Golding's view).Cited by: The Coral Island is considered This book is in fact a prototype of several story genera, Ballantyne was a prolific writer of stories for young people, publishing over /5.

William Golding used Coral Island as the foundation for his book. The common elements are a desert island, boys named Jack, Ralph, and Peterkin (who he renamed Simon \biblical/).

It then goes in a completely different direction by having the boys in LOTF decend into man's terrible nature (Golding's view).4/5(20). The Coral Island and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(3). The Coral Island () and more than other books followed in regular succession, his rule being in every case to write as far as possible from personal knowledge of /5(7).

The Coral Island is a popular book by R.M. Ballantyne. Read The Coral Island, free online version of the book by R.M. Ballantyne, on R.M.

Ballantyne's The Coral Island consists of 36 parts for ease of reading. Choose the part of The Coral Island which you want to read from the table of contents to get started. LibriVox recording of The Coral Island, by R. Ballantyne, read by Tom Weiss. Ralph Rover is a traveler at heart, and has always dreamed of shipping out to the South Sea islands.

He finally convinces his aging parents to let him go and find his way in the world. The Coral Island is directly referenced by Golding in Lord of the Flies. During the first assembly when Ralph is persuading the boys that they can have a ‘good time’ on the island, he says: ‘It’s like in a book’.

The boys shout back excitedly: ‘Treasure. The Coral Island: A Tale of the Pacific Ocean by R. Ballantyne. The story of The Coral Island is narrated by the adult Ralph Rover, who is reflecting on an adventure he once had as a young boy.

After journeying to the Pacific on a simple discovery mission, Ralph’s ship is a met by a storm which leaves him, along with his two friends, Jack and Peterkin, shipwrecked on a coral island.

Coral and Brass is the biography of General Holland McTyeire Howlin' Mad Smith, known as the father of modern U.S. amphibious warfare. His book is a riveting first-hand account of key battles fought in the Pacific between the U.S.

Army /5(19). The Coral Island, by R. Ballantyne The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Coral Island, by R. Ballantyne, Illustrated by Dalziel This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.

The story is written as a first person narrative from the perspective of one of three boys shipwrecked on the coral reef of a large but uninhabited Polynesian island, year-old Ralph Rover. Ralph tells the story retrospectively, looking back on his boyhood adventure: "I was a boy when I went through the wonderful adventures herein set down.

Editions for The Coral Island: (Hardcover published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Paperback published in ), (published i. The Coral Island Language: English: LoC Class: PZ: Language and Literatures: Juvenile belles lettres: Subject: Conduct of life -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Shipwreck survival -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Islands -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Pirates -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Camping -- Juvenile fiction Subject: Natural history -- Juvenile Cited by:   "The Coral Island" is a readable adventure story of the sort Ballantyne wrote so well.

The core idea itself is, of course, hardly new. Being stranded on a desert island has been a part of English novels since the first "novel" (per se) in English: "Robinson Crusoe," a story that (on the surface, anyway) is about one main fighting his environment.4/5(15).

The Coral Island - A Tale of the Pacific Ocean By: Robert Michael Ballantyne () Ralph Rover is a traveler at heart, and has always dreamed of shipping out to the South Seas islands.5/5(1).

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Sign On My Account Basket Help. The Coral Island Quotes Showing of 6 “and I have always found, though I am unable to account for it, that daylight banishes many of the fears that are apt to assail us in the dark.” ― R.M. Ballantyne, The Coral IslandCited by:.

In the nineteenth century, The Coral Island: A Tale of the Pacific Ocean () was among the most prominent and popular juvenile Robinsonades of its era; however, today, the novel is best remembered for inspiring William Golding's dystopian novel, The Lord of the Flies.Three boys, fifteen-year-old Ralph Rover (the narrator), eighteen-year-old Jack Martin and fourteen-year-old Peterkin Gay, are the sole survivors of a shipwreck on the coral reef of a large but uninhabited Polynesian island.

At first their life on the island is idyllic; food, in the shape of fruits, fish and wild pigs, is plentiful, and using their only possessions; a broken telescope, an .Scottish-born R.M. Ballantyne () wrote more than ninety books for young people during the Victorian era, the most famous of which is The Coral Island (), a .