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Edited By: Jonathan Lamb, Vanessa Smith and Nicholas Thomas
359 pages, Illus, 2 maps
Discusses some of the most vivid accounts of the cultural exchanges between European explorers and Pacific peoples for the first time, placing the works of well-known figures such as Captain James Cook and Robert Louis Stevenson alongside the writings of lesser-known explorers, missionaries, beachcombers, and literary travelers who roamed the South Seas from the late seventeenth through the late nineteenth centuries.
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