Conqueror of the Seas. The Story of Magellan

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[1938]: The Viking Press, New York / The Literary Guild of America, New York / Macmillan Company of Canada, Toronto

Conqueror of the Seas. The Story of Magellan [Magellan. Der Mann und seine Tat]. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. xv/335p. Illustrated with 32 plates, portraits, maps, and facsimiles

Contents:

[1].
Table of Contents, pp. vii-viii
[2].
Illustrations, pp. ix-x
[3].
Introduction [Stefan Zweig], pp. xi-xv
[4].
Chapter One: Navigare Necesse Est, pp. (1)-29
[5].
Chapter Two: Magellan in the East Indies, pp. (31)-54
[6].
Chapter Three: He Renounces Allegiance to Portugal, pp. (55)-79
[7].
Chapter Four: Realization of an Idea, pp. (81)-102
[8].
Chapter Five: Will Overcomes Obstacles, pp. (103)-123
[9].
Chapter Six: Departure, pp. (125)-144
[10].
Chapter Seven: Fruitless Search, pp. (145)-169
[11].
Chapter Eight: Mutiny, pp. (171)-190
[12].
Chapter Nine: The Great Moment Comes, pp. (191)-219
[13].
Chapter Ten: Discovery of the Philippines, pp. (221)-241
[14].
Chapter Eleven: Magellan's Death, pp. (243)-262
[15].
Chapter Twelve: A Voyage without a Leader, pp. (263)-290
[16].
Chapter Thirteen: The Return and the Sequel, pp. (291)-307
[17].
Chronological Table, pp. (309)-310

Appendixes:

[18].
Appendix I: Copia der Newen Zeutung (auss Presillg Landt), pp. 313-314
[19].
Appendix II: Contract of Charles V with Magellan and Faleiro (Contract Concerning the Discovery of the Spice Islands Entered into by His Majesty with Magellan and Faleiro), pp. 315-318
[20].
Appendix III: Account of the Costs of Magellan's Fleet, pp. 319-325
[21].
Index, pp. (327)-335


[1938]: Cassell and Company, London/Melbourne

Magellan. Pioneer of the Pacific [Magellan. Der Mann und seine Tat]. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. viii/311p. Illustrated. 2nd edition. 1948


[1938]: Corvinus Press, London

Magellan. Pioneer of the Pacific [Magellan. Der Mann und seine Tat]. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. viii/311p. Illustrated.


[1940]: Blue Ribbon Books, New York

Conqueror of the Seas. The Story of Magellan [Magellan. Der Mann und seine Tat]. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. xv/335p. Illustrated. 2nd edition. 1940


[1996]: Editora Nueva Generación, Impresos Universitaria, Santiago

Ferdinand Magellan. History of the First Circumnavigation of the World [Magellan. Der Mann und seine Tat]. Translated by Pablo Huneeus Cox. 201/(2)p. Reprint edition


[2002]: Beijing Guangbo Xueyuan Chubanshe, Beijing

The Story of Magellan [Magellan. Der Mann und seine Tat]. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. 335/(2)[. Illustrated. [Series: Mingren mingzhuan congshu, 1 / English series of illustrated biographies of the celebrities, 1]


[2007]: Zweig, Press, Place of publication not indicated

Conqueror of the Seas. The Story of Magellan [Magellan. Der Mann und seine Tat]. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. xv/334p. Illustrated


[2010]: Ishi Press International, New York and Tokyo

Conqueror of the Seas. The Story of Magellan. This is a reprint of the 1938 Viking Press edition. With a new foreword by Sam Sloan. xv/335p. Illustrated.

Contents:

[1].
Foreword [Sam Sloan], first four pages, unnumber
[2].
Stefan Zweig, Wife End Lives in Brazil [The New York Times, 24 February 1942], next four pages, unnumbered
[3].
Contents, pp. vii-viii
[4].
Illustrations, pp. ix-x
[5].
Introduction, pp. xi-xv
[6].
Magellan [13 chapters], pp. (2)-307
[7].
Chronological Table, pp. 309-310

Appendices:

[7].
Appendix I: Copia der Newen Zeutung auss Presillg Landt, pp. 313-314
[8].
Appendix II: Contract Concerning the Discovery of the Spice Islands entered into by His Majesty with Magellan and Faleiro, pp. 315-318
[9].
Appendix III: Account of the Costs of Magellan's Fleet, pp. 319-325
[10].
Index, pp. (327)-335


[2010]: Pushkin Press, London

Magellan [Magellan. Der Mann und seine Tat]. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. 354p. Online resource / eBook

[2011]. Pushkin Press, London

Magellan [Magellan. Der Mann und seine Tat]. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul. 341/(8)p. Illustrated. Cover illustration: Discovery of the Straits of Magellan by O. W. Brierly. Frontispiece: Magellan. Engraving from Olfert Dapper’s American Book

Contents:

[1].
Introduction [Stefan Zweig], pp. 11-15
[2].
Magellan [13 chapters], pp. 19-(301)
[3].
Chronological Table, pp. 303-304

Apendixes:

[4].
Appendix I: Copia der Newen Zeytung auss Presillg Landt, pp. 309-311
[5].
Appendix II: Contract Concerning the Discovery of the Spice Islands. Entered into by His Majesty with Magellan and Faleiro, pp. 313-318
[6].
Appendix III: Account of the Costs of Magellan's Fleet, pp. 321-330
[7].
Index, pp. 333-341
[8].
Acknowledgements [Stefan Zweig], p. (343)
[9].
Translation copyright, p. (346)
[10].
Illustrations, p. (347)


Excerpts:

[1].
"Conqueror of the Seas. The Story of Magellan" in The Reader's Digest [New York], 32:192 [April 1938], pp. (11)-127
[2].
"Conqueror of the Seas" in The Reader's Digest [London], 69:416 [December 1956], pp. 161-190
[3].
"The Great Moment Comes" in Journeys in Time, from the Halls of Montezuma to Patagonia's Plains. A Treasury Garnered from Four Centuries of Writers (1519-1942). Edited by Blair Niles. New York: Coward-McCann Company, 1946, pp. 54-67
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