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Encyclopedia of exploration : invented and apocryphal narratives of travel / Raymond John Howgego
Bib ID 6103151
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Howgego, Raymond John, 1946- author
 
Description Potts Point, NSW : Hordern House Rare Books Pty Ltd, 2013 
©2013 
xi, 543 pages ; 29 cm 
ISBN 9781875567690
Notes

"A comprehensive guide to invented, imaginary, apocryphal and plagiarized narratives of travel by land, sea and air, from the earliest times to the twentieth century"

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Discoveries in geography - Encyclopedias.  |  Explorers - Encyclopedias.  |  Voyages and travels - Encyclopedias.  |  Australian
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