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CONTENTS Introduction A Note on the Texts Part One: THE MAJOR TEXTS HENRY NEVILLE The Isle of Pines APHRA BEHN Abdelazer APHRA BEHN Oroonoko THOMAS SOUTHERNE Oroonoko Part Two: CONTEXTS: EUROPE, AMERICA, AND AFRICA From BARTOLOMÉ DE LAS CASAS A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies From JUAN GINÉS DE SEPÚLVEDA Democrates Secundus From MICHEL EYQUEM DE MONTAIGNE "Of the Cannibals" and "Of Coaches" From JOSÉ DE ACOSTA On Spreading the Gospel among the Savages From THOMAS GAGE The English-American his Travail by Sea and Land From RICHARD LIGON A True and Exact History of the Island of Barbados From SIR WILLIAM DAVENANT The History of Sir Francis Drake From ANTOINE BIET Voyage de la France Equinoxiale en l'Isle de Cayenne From WILLIAM BYAM An Exact Relation of the Most Execrable Attempts of John Allin From CHARLES DE ROCHEFORT The History of the Caribby-Islands From JEAN-BAPTISTE DU TERTRE Histoire Generale des Antilles Habitées par les François From GEORGE WARREN An Impartial Description of Surinam) From Great Newes from the Barbadoes From MORGAN GODWYN The Negro's and Indians Advocate From THOMAS TRYON Friendly Advice to the Gentlemen Planters of the East and West Indies DISCUSSIONS OF COLONIALISM From THOMAS THOROWGOOD Iewes in America From HAMON L'ESTRANGE Americans no Iewes From THOMAS HOBBES Leviathan From EDWARD HYDE, EARL OF CLARENDON A brief view and survey of the dangerous and pernicious errors to church and state, in Mr. Hobbes's book, entitled Leviathan From John Locke Two Treatises of Government The Germantown Declaration.
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English literature -- 17th century.
Slavery -- Literary collections.