The Freebooter of the Baltic


The Freebooter of the Baltic

"The Freebooter of the Baltic" ( _sv. Fribytaren på Östersjön, 1857) is an early novel by the Swedish romantic novelist Viktor Rydberg. The adventure is set in 17th century Sweden and is a swashbuckling tale of piracy on the high seas, with political overtones.

The novel was translated into English by Caroline L. Broomall in 1891.

External links

* [http://www.lysator.liu.se/runeberg/fribyt/ Text of the novel] at Project Runeberg sv


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