Manifest Perdition: Shipwreck Narrative and the Disruption of Empire

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U of Minnesota Press, 2002 - Science - 186 pages
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Blackmore analyses narratives of the Portuguese Empire in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries through study of contemporary accounts of shipwrecks.
 

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Extremely interesting reading of Portuguese shipwreck narratives in terms of what they tell us about the breakdown of the expansionist project, of particular relevance to ideologies of European ... Read full review

Contents

A SHIPWRECKFUL SHIP I
1
THE DISCOURSE OF THE SHIPWRECK
28
MAROONINGS
62
THE MINISTERS OF MEMORY
120
NOTES
123
BIBLIOGRAPHY
157
PERMISSIONS
177
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