Typee: a peep at Polynesian life
"At one time the most popular of Melville's works, Typee was known as a travelogue that idealized and romanticized a mysterious South Sea island for readers in the ruthless, industrial, "civilized" world of the nineteenth century. But Melville's story of Tommo, the Yankee sa...
|Main Author:||Melville, Herman, 1819-1891.|
|Other Authors:||Bryant, John, 1949-|
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