Kidnapped

(from the article `Stevenson, Robert Louis`) ...years were fruitful, however. There he got to know and love the American novelist Henry James. There he revised A Child`s Garden (first published ...
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kidnapped

[adj] - (of persons) seized and detained unlawfully, often for ransom
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Kidnapped

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kidnapped

kidnaped adjective (of persons) seized and detained unlawfully, often for ransom; `the father restored the kidnapped (or abducted) child to the mother`
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Kidnapped

[Kipling story] The Rudyard Kipling story Kidnapped was first published in the Civil and Military Gazette on March 21, 1887, in the first Indian edition of Plain Tales from the Hills in 1888, and in subsequent editions of that collection. Kipling starts by announcing that `We [British] are a high-caste and enlightened race` - but suggesting...
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Kidnapped

Kidnapped is a swashbuckling story by Robert Louis Stevenson, published in 1886. The book has the full and descriptive title 'Kidnapped: being Memoirs of the Adventures of David Balfour in the Year 1751, how he was Kidnapped and Cast Away; his Sufferings in a Desert Island; his Journey in the Wild Highlands; his Acquaintance with Alan Breck Stewart...
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Kidnapped

Kidnapped is an adventure starring Peter Finch, James MacArthur, Bernard Lee, Niall MacGinnis, John Laurie and Peter O'Toole in a story based on the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson about a boy sold into slavery by his evil uncle who aims to deprive the child of his family inheritance, only for the boy to befriend a famous Scottish loyalist and rebe...
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