DOI:10.1353/ECS.2000.0015
Corpus ID: 159582911
Buccaneer Ethnography: Nature, Culture, and Nation in the Journals of William Dampier
Anna Neill
Published 2000
History

Eighteenth-Century Studies
Both a piratical adventurer and a man of science and letters, at once a lawless adventurer and an observer of plants, animals, peoples, winds and tides, William Dampier was, over the course of his… Expand
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