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[美]萧拉瑟(Russell Shorto) 陈丽丽 吴奕俊 于舒畅   社会科学文献出版社  2019-09 出版
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这是一个非同寻常的欧洲故事,却也是关于美利坚起源的故事。故事的中心是一座岛——荷属曼哈顿,它是美国海滨地区最早的欧洲殖民地之一。故事讲述了独裁总督彼得·施托伊弗桑特与自由斗士范·德·邓克的冲突纠葛,捕捉到妓女、海盗、探险家和学者在彼时的不同生活,呈现出地理大发现时代错综复杂的历史脉络,向我们展现了为何曼哈顿才是美国的起源。
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