Mr. Bligh's Bad Language

Mr. Bligh's Bad Language

Passion, Power, and Theatre on the Bounty

Book - 1992
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William Bligh was one of the least physically violent disciplinarians in the British Navy, why, then, did he have a mutiny? Mr Bligh's Bad Language is a study of the mutiny on the Bounty, and its role in society and culture. Greg Dening draws on a wide range of influences, including modern cinematic portrayals.
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1992.
ISBN: 9780521383707
Branch Call Number: 996.18 DEN
Characteristics: xii, 445 pages :,illustrations, map, portraits ;,24 cm


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