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The Travels

Author : Marco Polo
ISBN : 9780141906577
Genre : Travel
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Marco Polo was the most famous traveller of his time. His voyages began in 1271 with a visit to China, after which he served the Kubilai Khan on numerous diplomatic missions. On his return to the West he was made a prisoner of war and met Rustichello of Pisa, with whom he collaborated on this book. The accounts of his travels provide a fascinating glimpse of the different societies he encountered: their religions, customs, ceremonies and way of life; on the spices and silks of the East; on precious gems, exotic vegetation and wild beasts. He tells the story of the holy shoemaker, the wicked caliph and the three kings, among a great many others, evoking a remote and long-vanished world with colour and immediacy.
Category: Travel

The Travels Of Marco Polo

Author : Marco Polo
ISBN : 0486275868
Genre : Travel
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Volume 1 of 2-volume set. One of the greatest books of all time — a vast treasury of invaluable observations on the peoples and geography of the Near East and Asia in the 13th century. Detailed descriptions of cities, customs, laws, crops, animals, political systems, much more. 200 illustrations, 32 maps and site plans.
Category: Travel

Travels Of Marco Polo

Author : Marco Polo
ISBN : 1101157658
Genre : History
File Size : 71.54 MB
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His journey through the East began in 1271—when, still a teenager, he set out of Venice and found himself traversing the most exotic countries. His acceptance into the court of the great emperor Kublai Khan, and his service to the vast and dazzling Mongol empire, led him to places as far away as Tibet and Burma, lands rich with gems and gold and silk, but virtually unknown to Europeans. Later, as a prisoner of war, Marco Polo would record the details of his remarkable travels across harsh deserts, great mountain ranges, and dangerous seas, as well as of his encounters with beasts and birds, plants and people. His amazing chronicle is both fascinating and awe-inspiring—and still serves as the most vivid depiction of the mysterious East in the Middle Ages. Edited and with an Introduction by Milton Rugoff and an Afterword by Howard Mittelmark
Category: History

The Travels By Marco Polo Book Analysis

Author : Bright Summaries,
ISBN : 9782806279774
Genre : Fiction
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Unlock the more straightforward side of The Travels with this concise and insightful summary and analysis! This engaging summary presents an analysis of The Travels by Marco Polo, which tells the adventurous tale of Marco Polo’s journey through Asia, discovering rich new cultures, religions and customs. The Travels was one of the earliest pieces of travel writing and inspired Christopher Columbus’ expeditions, as well as many other travelers, thanks to its detailed descriptions of the people and riches of the East. Marco Polo’s work also influenced European cartography and has been adapted countless times in literature and television, causing him to become an unforgettable figure in world history. Find out everything you need to know about The Travels in a fraction of the time! This in-depth and informative reading guide brings you: • A complete plot summary • Character studies • Key themes and symbols • Questions for further reflection Why choose BrightSummaries.com? Available in print and digital format, our publications are designed to accompany you in your reading journey. The clear and concise style makes for easy understanding, providing the perfect opportunity to improve your literary knowledge in no time. See the very best of literature in a whole new light with BrightSummaries.com!
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The Travels Of Marco Polo

Author : L. F. Benedetto
ISBN : 9781134284665
Genre : History
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First published in 1931. None of the manuscripts which have come down to us represent the original form of Marco Polo's narrative, but it is clear that certain texts are closer to the lost original than others. Entrusted with the task of preparing a new Italian edition of Marco Polo, Benedetto discovered many unknown manuscripts. He carefully edited the most famous of the manuscripts (the Geographic text) and collated it with the other best known ones. · An invaluable index has been added to Aldo Ricci's of Benedetto's text, which includes all the identifications made in the Geographic text and also later editions by Marsden (1818), Pauthier (1865) and Yule (1871). · The difficulty of following Polo on his many journeys has also been simplified by the process of distinguishing between those places on his main route to China and his return journey by sea to Persia and those places which he visited during his stay in China and those he never visited at all.
Category: History

The Travels Of Marco Polo The Venetian

Author : John Masefield
ISBN : 8120616278
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Fully Illustrated With Twenty Drawings In Pen & Ink By Adrian De Friston And Eleven Photographs.
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