Women pirates and the politics of the Jolly Roger

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Black Rose Books, Sep 12, 1997 - Fiction - 280 pages
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Written with passion and humor, but without romanticizing, or ignoring the unsavory side, a book that turns history on its head.

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i am fascinated by the subject of women pirates, but the writing is kind of boring and a little confusing. Read full review

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just got from the library to satisfy my curiosity about how many women pirates were queer Read full review

Contents

The Woman and the Old Sea by Marion Meinzerin
8
China
29
Shark Fin Soup
44
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Klausmann is a freelance journalist in print media, radio and television.

Meinzerin, nurse and windsailing expert, has been researching the motives of sea robbers for many years.

Gabriel Kuhn is a freelance writer.

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