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McTeague was one of the founding works of unflinching realism and naturalism in American writing.
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By: Frank Norris
A romantic adventure tale about the daughter of a fishing schooner captain who, after her father dies, takes command of the boat, assisted by a shanghaied sailor who falls in love with her.
But the madness was upon him none the less, and it rode and roweled him like a hag from dawn to dark and from dark to dawn again, till in his complete loneliness, in the isolation of that simple, primitive life, where no congenial mind relieved the monotony by so much as a word, morbid, hounded, tortured, the man grew desperate--was ready for anything that would solve the situation.
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