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Imparting Ethno-aesthetic Knowledge in John Hawkesworth’s Report on Cook’s First Voyage to the South Pacific (1768–1771)

Sebastian Kaufmann

from one author (and readership) to another and, in this specific case, undergoes a (partial) process of fictionalization. Between Reconstruction, Fiction, and Knowledge Transfer: Hawkesworth’s Account of the Voyages A reconstruction of the

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New Mobilities, Spaces, and Ideas to Market

European Travel Writers and the Making of a Genre—Comment

Steven D. Spalding

huge success; somehow Hawkesworth’s controversial aesthetic choices were the right ones to sell books. The crux of Kaufmann’s reading lies in the question of narrative voice and authenticity: Hawkesworth’s fictionalization creates a singular narrative