Writes of Passage: Reading Travel Writing

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Note: Page numbers in bold type refer to figures; page numbers followed by ‘N’ refer to notes.
Abrams, M.H. 559
Adderly, C. 176
Ade, G. 137
Africa 8, 14-45, 38N;
European contact 29;
image 18;
interior 16;
maps 16, 17;
pre-abolition narratives 37N
African trade 38N
AIDS 188
Aldrich, R. 89N
Alexandria 120, 127, 131
Ali, Mohammed 133
Allahabad 95, 96, 104, 105, 106, 108
Almond, P. 54, 56, 68N
Alpers, S. 71
Altman, D. 188
Greece (1870) 173
Andrews, M. 152
Angola 27
exhibition 133-4
Appiah, A. 1-2
Appleton, T.G. 114, 136, 140, 147N
Arabian desert 81
Arabian Nights139-40, 142-3, 144
Archer, W.G. 89N
Arnold, J. 124, 134
Arnold, M. 175
Assad, T. 87N
Athens 176
Atkins, J. 18, 30, 39N, 40N, 42N, 44N

Bacon, L. 136
Baedeker, K.:
Egypt, Handbook for Travellers118, 129, 134-5, 141, 142,144;
Greece, Handbook for Travellers166, 170, 174, 175, 177
Baker, Sir S. 154-6
Barker, A. 15, 34, 38
Barret-Ducrocq, F. 88N
Barrow, J. 19
Bartlett, W.H. 114, 118, 120, 121, 123, 139, 148N
Bartrum, K. 97, 98, 101, 102, 106, 107, 110N
Batten, C. 6
Behdad, A. 8, 135
Bell, C.F.M. 140
Bell, D. 70
Belle, H. 164-5, 167
Bent, J.T. 166
bestiality 82
Bevan, E.R. 167-8
Bhabha, H.9, 156-7
bisexuality 89N
Bishop, P. 66
Black Prince 34-5
blackness 8
British contact 16
Blume, M. 211
Blunt, W.S. 109
Bogle, G. 51-3, 58-9
Bogue, R. 190
Book of a Thousand Nights and a Night (Burton) 71, 72, 73, 75-83, 85, 87N, 88N
Boone, J. 76
Boothby, R. 26
border literature 167
Bosman, W. 19, 40N
boundaries 84
Bourdieu, P. 216
Bradley, R. 21-22
brigandage 173, 178


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