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He wrote of his parting gifts to her: It is then not without some kind of irony that Jeal notes towards the end of the book, that by Stanley portraying Livingston as saintly more by a lack of detail than outright dishonesty Stanley created a mythic goodness that he himself was to become compared to, as Jeal seems to offer the same worship to Stanley at times. The crusty Scots missionary had been panned by the press for wasting public money and making false promises about trade that didn't exist, and Stanley in his book invented the myth of Livingstone as a saintly hero - though in fact he converted only one African to Christianity, and even he later lapsed. It is an in-depth and scholarly work based on information from Stanley's personal papers and diarys that were previously unavailable to Stanley's other biographers. But be warned that a great deal of the book is dedicated to whitewashing Stanley's reputation.

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Especially as it was about the American who found Livingstone yet another example of Brits needing American help and somehow involved in the When I studied History, we didn't take much notice of explorers because they just weren't relevant.

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While it is truly amazing how many times Stanley survives various diseases and near-death experiences, it grows tedious to read of the hundreds of deaths of his expedition leaders, etc. Most days Henry would get thirty or more letters from people he had never heard of. He also showed real bravery. Feb 09, Colleen rated it it was amazing Shelves: I don't know if Jeal would appreciate this comparison, but Stanley is like the Forrest Gump of the mids. Nov 25, C. Topics History books The Observer.

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Then, I'm finding this really hard going. He experienced poverty in childhood, American Civil war in both sidesimprisonment, Indian Wars, army desertion, Turkey troubles, Journalism in Europe… then his first crazy expedition to find Livingstone in Africa in which he succeedHis tasks in exploring the Congo, His stations building in the Congo, then his three years and the most controversial of all of his expeditions to save Emin Pasha from the Mahdist. In Baden-PowellJeal offers a revisionist account of Robert Baden-Powellfounder of the Boy Scoutsrestoring his reputation which had deteriorated during the 20th century. Also, it seems, historians never made use of the manuscript on which Speke based his book The Discovery of the Source of the Niledespite its availability in Scotland's National Library. A major work on a man much more complex than he was perhaps remembered.

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