Sir Walter Raleigh: In Life and Legend

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A&C Black, Mar 31, 2011 - History - 378 pages
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Started Nov 2 a bit tedious at first but the adventures in South America are wild. This book is really suited for readers who have an in-depth knowledge of British history. Read full review

Contents

1 The Devon Man
1
2 The Favourite
23
3 Roanoke
45
4 The Outcast
71
5 El Dorado
99
6 The Rival
119
7 The Court Poet
139
8 The Suspect
165
10 The Prisoner
223
11 The Tower Writings
245
12 The Last Voyage
285
13 The Martyr
299
14 The Legacy
325
Family and Descendants
343
Bibliography
349
Index
367

9 The Traitor
189

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About the author (2011)

Mark Nicholls is President and Librarian of St John's College, Cambridge. Honorary Fellow of New College, Oxford. Sometime Lecturer in History at the University of Oxford.

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