The Trawler

James Brendan CONNOLLY (1868 - 1957)

The Trawler is a short story revolving around the trying life of a group of bank fishermen based in Gloucester. Skipper Hugh Glynn worked his men hard; some said too hard, and Arthur Snow was one who had paid the ultimate price.
Arthur's close friend Simon Kippen decided he'd ask to take the place of his fallen friend aboard Hugh Glynn's vessel as a dory mate, and from there we have a tale of the open seas between Gloucester and Newfoundland where perhaps only the names and locations have changed from the countless stories of similar nature; the key being that this one, however, is first hand. (Summary by Roger Melin)

Genre(s): Action & Adventure Fiction, Nautical & Marine Fiction

Language: English

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Play 01 Chapter 1 Roger Melin
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Play 02 Chapter 2 Roger Melin
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Play 03 Chapter 3 Roger Melin
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Play 04 Chapter 4 Roger Melin
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Play 05 Chapter 5 Roger Melin
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