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Issue Details: First known date: 1908... 1908 The Man Who Knew Everything
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Tells the story of a self-opinionated young man who thinks he has nothing to learn, particularly from Islanders, who arrives in Samoa at a time of conflict between the rightful king and the German-backed rebel forces. His refusal to listen to advice has nearly fatal results.

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    y separately published work icon The Call of the South Louis Becke , London : T. Fisher Unwin , 1908 Z325514 1908 single 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 pg. 294 - 315
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