The Admirable Adventures And Strange Fortunes Of Master Anthony Knivet: An English Pirate In Sixteenth-Century Brazil (New Approaches To The Americas)
This is the first critical edition of the original 1625 travel account by Anthony Knivet, an Englishman who spent nine years in Brazil in the last decade of the sixteenth century. His is the oldest extensive account of Brazil written by an Englishman, but despite its historical, geographical, and ethnographic relevance it has never merited an annotated (or even a separate) edition in English. This...
Series: New Approaches to the Americas
Hardcover: 238 pages
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (September 23, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 0.7 x 9.2 inches
Format: PDF Text djvu book
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“Reads rather like the adventures of Flashman, except rather grittier - quite good overall....”
edition, which includes a detailed introduction and extensive notes, aims at enabling the English-speaking public to follow Knivet's compelling tale. The account describes Knivet's incredible adventures, experienced roughly between 1592 and 1601, which include working as a drudge for the governor of Rio de Janeiro, escaping into the hinterland to live with native tribes and joining in expeditions of conquest and gold-seeking. The story provides a unique insight into early colonial Brazil and the myriad of people occupying its territory: Portuguese settlers, mixed-race servants, Indians, slaves, and European travelers.