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Poem about a shipwreck and about Victorian etiquette | 14-Aug-08

Looking for a poem about a shipwreck and Victorian etiquette that includes the line "they had not been introduced".

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This is ETIQUETTE by W S Gilbert and can be found THE BAB BALLADS.
It tells the story of Peter Gray and Somers:
These passengers, by reason of their clinging to a mast,
Upon a desert island were eventually cast
They hunted for their meals as Alexander Selkirk used,
But they couldn't chat together - they had not been introduced.
Tina Rath


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