A collection of writings on travels undertaken in the Victorian era. The texts collected in these volumes show how 19th century travel literature served the interests of empire by promoting British political and economic values that translated into manufacturing goods.

chapter |44 pages

Discoveries in Australia

chapter |39 pages

Life in Feejee

chapter |33 pages

Journal of a Cruise

chapter |20 pages

Fiji and the Fijians

chapter |37 pages

Cannibals and Convicts

chapter |33 pages

From Darkness to Light

chapter |26 pages