DUAS VIAGENS AO BRASIL HANS STADEN PDF

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Hans Staden c. He managed to survive and return safe to Europe. In his widely read True History: An Account of Cannibal Captivity in Brazil , he claimed that the native people that held him captive practiced cannibalism. Staden was born in Homberg in the Landgraviate of Hesse. He had received a good education and was in moderate circumstances when desire for travel led him to enlist in on a ship that was bound for Brazil. On reaching the mouth of the river, two ships sank in a storm.

Staden, with a few survivors, reached the continent in , [2] where he was hired by the Portuguese thanks to his knowledge of the cannon. At last he made his escape on a French ship, and on 22 February , arrived at Honfleur , in Normandy , and from there went immediately to his native city.

After his return to Europe, the support of Dr. The book became an international bestseller and was translated into Latin and many other European languages, reaching a total of 76 editions. Theodor de Bry produced illustrative engravings of Staden's story for his book Grand Voyages to America , volume 3. Though little is known about Staden outside of his written travel accounts, his writings proved that one way to find favor in a hostile setting was to establish oneself as a mediator between groups in a position known as a go-between.

Through excelling in this role he became an important asset to the group and despite constant threats of death, his life was spared. In , Staden was finally able to make his escape and return to Europe. The aspect of the book that received the most attention, from the time of publication up to the present, was cannibalism.

According to one anecdote, the Indians at one point gave him a delicious soup; after finishing his dinner, he found in the bottom of the cauldron some small skulls, which he later found out to be those of the boys in his choir. Some scholars, such as anthropologist William Arens, have challenged the book's reliability, arguing that Staden invented its sensational accounts of cannibalism. Staden died, in either Wolfhagen or Korbach , probably in The exact date of his death is unknown.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Duke UP. New York: D. Latin America in colonial times. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Duas viagens ao Brasil: primeiros registros sobre o Brasil. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Denison Ross and Eileen Power, scanned and edited by jrbooksonline. Neil L. Retrieved 27 October Kenneth J. Oxford: SR Books, , Traversea: Journal of Transatlantic History.

Archived from the original on Retrieved Oxford: Oxford University Press. Whitehead, and the Cultural Politics of Scholarly Publishing". Hispanic American Historical Review. Categories : births deaths 16th-century German writers 16th-century male writers Age of Discovery Cannibalism in South America German autobiographers German conquistadors German male non-fiction writers Historiography of Brazil People from Homberg Efze Shipwreck survivors Writers of captivity narratives.

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Hans Staden c. He managed to survive and return safe to Europe. In his widely read True History: An Account of Cannibal Captivity in Brazil , he claimed that the native people that held him captive practiced cannibalism. Staden was born in Homberg in the Landgraviate of Hesse. He had received a good education and was in moderate circumstances when desire for travel led him to enlist in on a ship that was bound for Brazil. On reaching the mouth of the river, two ships sank in a storm.

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