The adventures of Robert Drury, during fifteen years captivity on the island of Madagascar; containing a description of that island; an account of its produce, manufactures, and commerce; with an account of the manners and customs, wars, religion, and civil policy of the inhabitants: to which is added a vocabulary of the Madagascar language. Written by himself, and now carefully revised and corrected from the original copy.
|Main Author:||Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.|
London, Printed and sold by W. Meadows, 1743; Hull, Reprinted for Stodart and Craggs, 1807.
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Conjectured to have been edited by Defoe. cf. Dict. nat. biog.
"It is clearly a work of fiction by Defoe."--Moore, J. R. Defoe's sources for Robert Drury's journal. Bloomington, Ind.  p. 8.
First edition, 1729, has title: Madagascar: or, Robert Drury's journal.
"A vocabulary of the Madagascar language": p. -459.
xii, 459 p.
|Original Classification Number:||PR3405 .M3 1807|
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