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galley-slave

Iqbal S. Bawa

galley-slave

story of a man condemned to endless rebirths

by Iqbal S. Bawa

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Published by Frank Bros. in Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

A novel.

StatementIqbal S. Bawa.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR9499.3.G365 G34, PR9499.3G365 P34
The Physical Object
Pagination300 p. ;
Number of Pages300
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21260627M

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Galley Slave. This remarkable memoir tells of the miseries of Jean Marteilhe of Bergerac, 'a Protestant condemned to the Galleys of France for his Religion', who, after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes inattempted, like so many French Huguenots, to escape to the more sympathetic Protestant countries bordering France/5.

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In book three, Judah survives his ordeal as a galley slave through good fortune, which includes befriending and saving the commander of his ship, who later adopts him. Judah goes on to become a trained soldier and charioteer.

In books four and five, Judah returns home to Jerusalem to seek revenge and redemption for his : Lew Wallace. Entered into the Galley Books were the slave's name, most outstanding characteristics and notable facts such as their freedom or their death.

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Originally published in English in as The Memoirs of a Protestant Condemned to the Galleys of France for His Religion, this book by Jean Marteilhe of Bergerac includes a remarkable account of his 12 years as a rowing slave aboard a fighting galley, an occupation normally associated with ancient Greece or Rome rather than.

Title The Galley Slave Contributor Names Reeve, William -- (composer) Reeve, William -- "A first hand account of a galley slave in the early eighteenth century, written by a French Protestant who was subjected to harrowing conditions and murderous toil.

all for the sake of his beliefs."--Back cover. It was considered the next most severe punishment after execution to be given a life sentence in the galleys.

Since Knox and the Castilians [those Protestants who had resisted at St. Andrews Author: Stewart Lamont.Alamontada, the galley-slave. A narrative Contributor Names Zschokke, Heinrich, Mosher, Ira G., tr. Created / Published New York, D. M. Bennett [] More Books/Printed Material like this.

Book/Printed Material The rose of Disentis. A novel.The heyday of the slave galley lasted only for some 70 years - from the beginning of the 16th century to the Battle of Lepanto (). Galley slaves were introduced only during the Renaissance (16th century) as cannons became the main weapon of galleys instead of ramming and boarding and less skill was required for rowers.