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Algerine captive

Tyler, Royall

Algerine captive

or, The life and adventures of Doctor Updike Underhill, six years a prisoner among the Algerines. (1797) A facsimile reporduction of the London ed. of 1802, with an introd.

by Tyler, Royall

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Published by Scholars" Facsimiles & Reprints in Gainesville, Fla .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsMoore, Jack B.,
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS855 T7 A7 1802A
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16204397M

Algerine synonyms, Algerine pronunciation, Algerine translation, English dictionary definition of Algerine. adj of or relating to Algeria or its inhabitants n a native or inhabitant of Algeria n a soft striped woollen cloth. The Algerine Captive: or, The Life and Adventures of Doctor Updike Underhill (Modern Library Classics) eBook: Tyler, Royall, Crain, Caleb: : Kindle Store/5(3).

Book Overview A predecessor of both the nativist humor of Mark Twain and the exotic adventure stories of Washington Irving, Herman Melville, and Richard Dana, Royall Tyler's The Algerine Captive is an entertaining romp through eighteenth-century society, a satiric look at a variety of American types, from the backwoods schoolmaster to the. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Modern Library Classics: The Algerine Captive: Or, the Life and Adventures of Doctor Updike Underhill by Royall Tyler (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!

  Posts about The Algerine Captive written by dcober. As someone who works with the slave narrative, I couldn’t help but make connections between Guantanamo Diary and the genre. What I didn’t expect when I first picked up the book was to have this connection made explicit by the author, Mohemedou Ould Slahi.   A predecessor of both the nativist humor of Mark Twain and the exotic adventure stories of Washington Irving, Herman Melville, and Richard Dana, Royall Tyler's "The Algerine Captive is an entertaining romp through eighteenth-century society, a satiric look at a variety of American types, from the backwoods schoolmaster to the southern gentleman, and a serious /5().


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About The Algerine Captive. A predecessor of both the nativist humor of Mark Twain and the exotic adventure stories of Washington Irving, Herman Melville, and Richard Dana, Royall Tyler’s The Algerine Captive is an entertaining romp through eighteenth-century society, a satiric look at a variety of American types, from the backwoods schoolmaster to the southern gentleman.

A predecessor of both the nativist humor of Mark Twain and the exotic adventure stories of Washington Irving, Herman Melville, and Richard Dana, Royall Tylers The Algerine Captive is an entertaining romp through eighteenth-century society, a satiric look at a variety of American types, from the backwoods schoolmaster to the southern gentleman, and a serious exposé of the/5.

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Algerine captive book features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Algerine Captive: or, The Life and Adventures of Doctor Updike Cited by: Fictionalized account of a period in 18th century Algerian and American history when pirates from the Barbary coast pillaged ships for passengers and cargo.

The passengers were enslaved for years at a time and their memoirs became the background. The Algerine captive; or, The life and adventures of Doctor Updike Underhill [pseud.] six years a prisoner among the Algerines by Tyler, Royall, Pages: After the Revolutionary War, American sailors lost the protection of Britain's Royal Navy and were easy prey for the pirates of the North African coast, who captured ships and cargo, enslaved crew, and demanded ransom from the U.S.

Motivated by these events, Royall Tyler, the first American-born playwright, poet, and novelist, wrote ""The Algerine Captive."". A predecessor of both the nativist humor of Mark Twain and the exotic adventure stories of Washington Irving, Herman Melville, and Richard Dana, Royall Tyler's The Algerine Captive is an entertaining romp through eighteenth-century society, a satiric look at a variety of American types, from the backwoods schoolmaster to the southern gentleman, and a serious exposé of the.

Full text of "The Algerine captive; or, The life and adventures of Doctor Updike Underhill [pseud.] six years a prisoner among the Algerines" See other formats. A predecessor of both the nativist humor of Mark Twain and the exotic adventure stories of Washington Irving, Herman Melville, and Richard Dana, Royall Tyler’s The Algerine Captive is an entertaining romp through eighteenth-century society, a satiric look at a variety of American types, from the backwoods schoolmaster to the southern gentleman, and a serious Brand: Random House Publishing Group.

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() A facsimile reproduction of the London ed. ofwith an introd. [Royall Tyler; Jack B Moore]. made the adventures recorded in The Algerine Captive seem altogether more real and therefore, for his contemporary readers, more valid. Tyler's appropriation of such a persona and his insistence upon that persona's validity frees the book from the opprobrium usually re served for novels.

Rather than being prescriptive and telling young women how. Editions for The Algerine Captive, or The Life and Adventures of Doctor Updike Underhill: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition), Cited by: The Algerine captive or, The life and adventures of Doctor Updike Underhill [pseud.] six years a prisoner among the Algerines.

by Tyler, Royall. Published by Printed by Peter B. Gleason and Co. in Hartford. A literary criticism of the book "The Algerine Captive" by Royall Tyler is presented.

According to the author, Tyler uses the novel to represent political, social, and religious differences in U.S. society and to promote a federalist model of national unity.

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In his preface to The Algerine Captive (I), “the author,”. The Algerine captive; or, The life and adventures of Doctor Updike Underhill: six years a prisoner among the Algerines. [Three lines from Shakespeare]: Vol. I[-II].: Published according to act of Congress. Author: Tyler, Royall.

Get this from a library! The Algerine captive. [Royall Tyler; Don Lewis Cook] -- Fictionalized account of a period in 18th century Algerian and American history when pirates from the Barbary coast pillaged ships for passengers and cargo.

The passengers were enslaved for years at.Description. The Algerine captive (in full, The Algerine captive, or, The life and adventures of Doctor Updike Underhill. Six years a prisoner among the Algerines) is a satirical novel published anonymously, in which the hero, Captain Updike Underhill, relates his life story in two parts: Book 1 and Book 2, covering and pages, respectively, in the first edition.

Book Review: "The Algerine Captive" Royall Tyler is one of the most fascinating characters of early American literature, and his only finished novel, The Algerine Captive (first published in ) is an amusing, witty and biting satire of American social and political culture during the early republic and a stinging indictment of African slavery.