Pirates Of Barbary: Corsairs, Conquests and Captivity in the 17th-Century Mediterranean
Publish date: March 18th 2010
Publisher: Jonathan Cape
Pages no: 300
Edition language: English
Okay, look, I came into this researching English relations with pirates in the 1600s, which is what this book is about, and had the information I needed, and the Anglo-centrism STILL annoyed the crap out of me. I know that the author's area of study is England, but 100% of his sources are English, a...
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Read by Clive ChaferOverview - The true story that's "bloody good entertainment" (New York Times) about the colorful and legendary pirates of the 17th century.If not for today's news stories about piracy on the high seas, it'd be easy to think of pirating as a romantic way of life long gone. But not...
RRRRRRRRrrrrandstuff...Okay, so this may not be as wild and fantastical as The Pirates of the Caribbean, but Adrian Tinniswood did a great job bringing this version of swashbuckling history to life. There are some salacious tales of daring, but Pirates of Barbary goes beyond the expected stereotypes...
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