St. Ives (novel)
|Author||Robert Louis Stevenson|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
The book plot concerns the adventures of the dashing Viscomte Anne de Keroual de St. Ives, a Napoleonic soldier enlisted as a private under the name Champdivers, after his capture by the British. The book is available on Project Gutenberg in both its incomplete and complete form (for the story as completed by Arthur Quiller-Couch look for "The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson volume twenty.").
For the movie the character may have been changed to a Captain, and his first name changed to Jacque, as there seems to be confusion on these points.
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