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I m usually willing to make SOME allowances for the racism and xenophobia that are contained in these Doc Savage books due to the years they were written in But Pirate of the Pacific really takes the cake The constant descriptions of chinese eople as slant eyed yellow skinned etcetera were than I could stomach As a result I can t recommend this book Another good Doc adventure that I read back in the 70s Not as good as others I ve read Much violent Doc and his crew go up against a notorious villain named Tom Too and his gang of Attainment (Temptation, pirates This is a fast moving actionacked story Keep in mind that this was written in the early 1930s and as in many Hatred in the belly pulp fiction stories and b movies of the day the Asian stereotypes are cringe worthy But if you can overlook that it is a very enjoyable story These books from the 30 s are fantastic the writers are great Another enjoyable Doc Savage read The main villains always seem to be the first characters they meet in the first two or three chapters Lol This is a rollicking good adventure and it feels like author RobesonDent has finally. Not ships but nations are therey of the sinister Oriental mastermind Tom Too Only Doc Savage and his daring crew.
And very clearly figured out exactly who Doc Savage is while also getting a clearer feel for at least three of Doc s five stalwart BFFs Incidentally in case you haven t already seen this fact in other reviews Pirate of the Pacific was the fifth Savage novel written and Always Be Ready published Bantam Books didn t do the re releases in the original chronological orderSo why only two starsPure and simple overwhelming in your face ethnic stereotyping I fully realize howrevalent and accepted racism was in 1930s general society It s Encyclopedia of International Development popped up in one form or another in therior four Doc novels But in this work it s displayed front and center in the third Gender Inequality in Our Changing World paragraph then continues unabated till the closing scene Here the racism is targeted suarely on Asians And itops up so freuently that the collision with my ethics kept Rooming in the Masters House pulling me out of the fun of the corelot interfering far too much with my suspension of disbelief It s flat out jarring to a modern readerBecause of the great Media, Home and Family plot and further character development of Doc and his scrappyals I recommend this for die hard ulp novel and. Stand a chance of saving the world from this figure of evil and his lethal legions On land and sea in the weirdes.
Kenneth Robeson ✓ 3 summary
Doc Savage fans The only other readers it may serve well are students and researchers of ethnic stereotyping in the history of American op culture Pulp novel featuring Doc Savage This was actually the fifth book in the series and it is clear that the author was still trying out ideas and developing A Convent Tale personalities This is a yelloweril novel and is laughably Contemporary Issues in California Archaeology politically incorrect Doc and his crew actually disguise themselves in blackface at oneoint The Asian villains all speak Ethics for Police Translators and Interpreters pidgin English of course A much betterutting for the Immigration Nation pompous know it all Doc than the last book but that s not saying much Coming directly off the heels of The Polar Treasure the gang returns by submarine to New York only to be attacked by Asianirates The chasecaptureescape cycles go from the skyscrapers of New York to a cruise ship from San Francisco to a stand in for the Philippines Big action in this one as Savage gets in fisticuffs than I ve seen in the Vilfredo Pareto previous books combined and his five compatriots tear through crates of ammo for their machineistols Remmy gets the spotlight this tim. T corners of the wide world Doc and his friends lunge into their wildest adventure against their most dangerous
Kenneth Robeson was the house name used by Street and Smith Publications as the author of their popular character Doc Savage and later The Avenger Though most Doc Savage stories were written by the author Lester Dent there were many others who contributed to the series includingWilliam G Bogart Evelyn Coulson Harold A Davis Lawrence Donovan Alan Hathway W Ryerson Johnson Lester Dent is usua