The Malay Archipelago: The Land Of The Orang-utan And The Bird Of Paradise: A Narrative Of Travel, With Studies Of Man And Nature (Hardcover)
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A classic travelogue and study of nature, this book documents Alfred Russel Wallace's exploration of the Malay Archipelago in the mid-19th century. Through vivid descriptions of the landscape and the people, Wallace provides a unique insight into the region's natural history and the impacts of colonialism on the indigenous population. This book is not only an important scientific document, but also a compelling narrative of adventure and discovery.
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