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➽ [Reading] ➿ The Pale Abyssinian The Life of James Bruce African Explorer and Adventurer By Miles Bredin ➲ – Hostingencolombia.co The biography of one of Britain’s greatest explorers by a brilliant young writer ’A wonderful story splendidly retold’ Anthony Daniels Sunday Telegraph ’Bruce emerges from this penetrating andThe biography of one of Britain’s greatest explorers by a brilliant young writer ’A wonderful story splendidly retold’ Anthony Daniels Sunday Telegraph ’Bruce emerges from this penetrating and original study as one of the toughest bravest most effective and learned of British African pioneers He mapped and sounded the Red Sea; he was the first European forthan two centuries to get into then out of Abyssinia and live to tell the tale He also located and mapped the source of the Blue Nile carried back seeds plants birds and animals never before seen and crossed the Nubian desert’ Robert Carver Times Literary Supplement ’An excellent account of the man and his travels James Bruce was a larger than life character whose exploits deserved retelling and whose reputation sorely demanded rehabilitation The Pale Abyssinian does both of them proud’ Michael Thompson Noel Financial Times ’Hugely enjoyable’ Tablet ’The purpose of Bredin’s book is to restore Bruce’s reputation but he does muchthan that He allows us to glimpse the barbarous splendour of a still medieval Ethiopia after Bruce’s departure the curtains of this forbidden kingdom were once again drawn and it was another century before the great Victorian explorers set off in his wake When they did so they were carrying Bruce’s Travels’ Giles Milton Mail on Sunday ’An interesting story dashingly told’ Philip Hensher Spectator.

The biography of one of Britain’s greatest explorers by a brilliant young writer ’A wonderful story splendidly retold’ Anthony Daniels Sunday Telegraph ’Bruce emerges from this penetrating and original study as one of the toughest bravest most effective and learned of British African pioneers He mapped and sounded the Red Sea; he was the first European forthan two centuries to get into then out of Abyssinia and live to tell the tale He also located and mapped the source of the Blue Nile carried back seeds plants birds and animals never before seen and crossed the Nubian desert’ Robert Carver Times Literary Supplement ’An excellent account of the man and his travels James Bruce was a larger than life character whose exploits deserved retelling and whose reputation sorely demanded rehabilitation The Pale Abyssinian does both of them proud’ Michael Thompson Noel Financial Times ’Hugely enjoyable’ Tablet ’The purpose of Bredin’s book is to restore Bruce’s reputation but he does muchthan that He allows us to glimpse the barbarous splendour of a still medieval Ethiopia after Bruce’s departure the curtains of this forbidden kingdom were once again drawn and it was another century before the great Victorian explorers set off in his wake When they did so they were carrying Bruce’s Travels’ Giles Milton Mail on Sunday ’An interesting story dashingly told’ Philip Hensher Spectator.

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