Sir Walter Raleigh (Paperback)Maria Wingfield Digby (author)
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Pitkin is proud to introduce the tale of one man's ascent from relatively humble origins to international legend. To many, Walter Raleigh was a pirate, traitor, scholar, coloniser, explorer, soldier, poet, adventurer, scientist, cartographer, botanist, fashionista and Favourite of a queen. He is credited with introducing tobacco and potatoes to England. Although not everything he did resulted in success, his exploits never lacked ambition or self-confidence. He left his mark on England, parts of Europe and America.
Publisher: Pavilion Books
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 60 g
Dimensions: 240 x 172 x 3 mm
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