Grose, Clyde L.

Englishmen Abroad Being an Account of Their Travels in the Seventeenth Century
1986 0-88946-453-7
Presents a collection of extracts from the writings of thirty-nine travellers - explorers, colonists, exiled monarchs, soldiers of fortune - both for their intrinsic value and for their representation of the development of travel writing as a literary genre and to suggest the role this new genre played in the worldly education of England.