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❰BOOKS❯ ✯ Columbus Then and Now A Life Reexamined Michigan Monograph Series in Author Miles H Davidson – Ad325ddsc.merlotmotorsport.co.uk Who was Christopher Columbus? Discoverer of the New World or murderer of the innocent people whose lands he invaded? Whether viewed as hero or villain Columbus has achieved near mythical status in theWho was Christopher Columbus? Discoverer of the New World or murderer of the innocent people whose lands he invaded? Whether viewed as hero or villain Columbus has achieved near mythical status in the popular imagination In this provocative study Miles H Davidson explores the myth of Columbus as it is reflected in numerous recent biographies Measuring these biographies against a vast record of sixteenth and seventeenth century sources Davidson exposes flaws omissions and biases in modern accountsThe author traces the events of Columbus’s life in chronological order drawing on manuscripts diaries private correspondence court and naval records and shipping logs to provide a historically credible portrait He uses sources never before incorporated in a book length study most notably the recently discovered Libro copiador a collection of letters written by Columbus himself and Columbus’s holographs over two thousand notes written in the margins of four of his books Separating fact from fiction Davidson sheds new light on crucial junctures in Columbus’s life the original contract given him to seek island in the west the claimed influence of Marco Polo on Columbus the supposed sinking of the Santa María and the role played by Jews in connection with the first voyageAt once a retelling of Columbus’s life and critiue of other versions Columbus Then and Now will be of value to Columbists Latin American scholars and biographers in generalWho was Christopher Columbus? Discoverer of the New World or murderer of the innocent people whose lands he invaded? Whether viewed as hero or villain Columbus has achieved near mythical status in the popular imagination In this provocative study Miles H Davidson explores the myth of Columbus as it is reflected in numerous recent biographies Measuring these biographies against a vast record of sixteenth and seventeenth century sources Davidson exposes flaws omissions and biases in.

Modern accountsThe author traces the events of Columbus’s life in chronological order drawing on manuscripts diaries private correspondence court and naval records and shipping logs to provide a historically credible portrait He uses sources never before incorporated in a book length study most notably the recently discovered Libro copiador a collection of letters written by Columbus himself and Columbus’s holographs over two thousand notes written in the margins of four of his books Separating fact from fiction Davidson sheds new light on crucial junctures in Columbus’s life the original contract given him to seek island in the west the claimed influence of Marco Polo on Columbus the supposed sinking of the Santa María and the role played by Jews in connection with the first voyageAt once a retelling of Columbus’s life and critiue of other versions Columbus Then and Now will be of value to Columbists Latin American scholars and biographers in generalWho was Christopher Columbus? Discoverer of the New World or murderer of the innocent people whose lands he invaded? Whether viewed as hero or villain Columbus has achieved near mythical status in the popular imagination In this provocative study Miles H Davidson explores the myth of Columbus as it is reflected in numerous recent biographies Measuring these biographies against a vast record of sixteenth and seventeenth century sources Davidson exposes flaws omissions and biases in modern accountsThe author traces the events of Columbus’s life in chronological order drawing on manuscripts diaries private correspondence court and naval records and shipping logs to provide a historically credible portrait He uses sources never before incorporated in a book length study most notably the recently discovered Libro copiador a collection of letters written by Columbus himself and Columbus’s holographs over two thousand notes written in the margins of four of his.

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