Academy,  2 (1870–71), 422–23.

[Review of The Book of Ser Marco Polo the Venetian, translated by Henry Yule]

N De Khanikof



Publications reviewed:

Polo 1871


History of Science, Exploration, Collecting, Amusement

Publications cited:

Polo 1818

    Explains that 'it was not till 1818 that the example was first set, by Marsden, of applying serious and scientific treatment to the mass of curious and veracious facts which Marco Polo had collected during twenty-seven years of his active life, and which for a long time had been looked upon as so much amusing fiction' (422).

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