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Recovering from malaria, Becke encounters the notorious outlaw Te-Bari, an islander from Miana in Kiribati Group, who has a tumultuous past. Seeing that Becke is unwell, Te-Bari invites him back to the cave where he lives.
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yThe Call of the SouthLouis Becke,
London:T. Fisher Unwin,1908Z3255141908single work non-fiction autobiography A description of the narrator's wanderings around Australia and the South Pacific. Much of the material appears to be autobiographical and he also relates a number of tales that were told to him during his travels.London:T. Fisher Unwin,1908