"The Mutineers Land their Captain with Intent to Kill Him"

126182

keys_index
actualNumberOfElementsInArray-1

Return to Search Results | New Search


Add Tag | Comment | Rate | Share

Save Record to:

"The Mutineers Land their Captain with Intent to Kill Him"

Advertisements for specific products, services or destinations on this website are for the information of the public, and do not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by this institution, its officers, employees or agents.

Title:  

"The Mutineers Land their Captain with Intent to Kill Him"
Date:
1783

Collection:

Creator:
Defoe, Daniel

Content Description: 

Etching titled "The Mutineers Land their Captain with Intent to Kill Him" by an unknown English artist, illustrating "Robinson Crusoe" by Daniel Defoe. Etching depicts Crusoe and a native watching from a hilltop as mutineers meet, with their ship in the background. Underneath the image is printed "Printed for and sold by Carington Bowles," "Published as the Act directs 18 Jan. 1783," and " No. 69 in St. Paul's Churchyard, London." The caption reads "One of the three I could perceive using the most passionate gestures of intreaty, affliction, and despair, even to a kind of extravagance, the other two, I could perceive lifted up their hands sometimes, and appeared concern'd indeed, but not to such a degree as the first."

Physical Description: 

Etching

Location:
2715 Q St. NW,District Of Columbia,Washington,20007
Identifier:
64.9.2

ShareThis