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The Misfortunes of Alonso Ramírez

To date, scholars have not agreed on its genre and continue to debate whether it is a work of fiction, a historical document, or a first-hand narrative account. Manuel rated it it was amazing Jul 09, Besides a full transcription of the original text, our edition includes a bibliographical appendix and extensive footnotes on the nautical terms that appear throughout the novel, making it a sourcebook of maritime history at the end of the 17th century.

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Karla Carrola rated it liked it May 05, Despite the book’s age and its narrator’s predictable but ugly interaction with his slave, PedroInfortunios is an adventure classic that ponders what it means to be American over a century before the better-known works by the first wave of North American prose innovators like Herman Melville and Nathaniel Hawthorne.

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Infortunios de Alonso Ramírez

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TeresaCM rated it really liked it Nov 02, Open Preview See a Problem? Having appeared over three hundred years ago, we hope that the current volume will continue to pique the curiosity of 21st-century readers as to the nautical, historical and religious controversies that make up this great work of Hispanic colonial literature.

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