The Wreck of the Golden Mary - Being the Captain's Account of the Loss of the Ship and the Mate's Account of the Great Deliverance of Her People in an Open Boat at Sea The Extra Christmas Number of Household Words Christmas 1856
The version of this story normally published is the parts written by Charles Dickens himself. This version is the original, where Dickens has written part of the story, and connected it with sections written by other authors.
The Wreck of the 'Golden Mary' was divided into three major sections: 'The Wreck' by Dickens (with a concluding segment by Wilkie Collins); 'The Beguilement in the Boats'—a section composed of 'The Armourer's Story' by Percy Fitzgerald, 'Poor Dick's Story' by Harriet Parr ('Holme Lee'), 'The Supercargo's Story' by Percy Fitzgerald, 'The Old Seaman's Story' by Adelaide Anne Procter, and 'The Scotch Boy's Story' by the Rev. James White; and a final section, 'The Deliverance,' by Wilkie Collins.
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