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Anne Salmond is Distinguished Professor of Maori Studies and Anthropology at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Among her books are Two Worlds: First Meetings between Maori and European 1642-1772 and The Trial of the Cannibal Dog: Captain Cook in the South Seas.

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"Gripping and definitive." -- Ronald Wright Times Literary Supplement (TLS) "A rich and riveting biography... Salmond has successfully brought to life the complex personality of William Bligh and his world." -- Elizabeth Salt Library Journal "A fine and measured biography ... a model of depth, style and scope." -- Alexander Rose Wall Street Journal "Bligh is presented here in as full a picture as anyone is ever going to be able to draw." -- Rob Hardy Columbus Dispatch "Salmond brings a fresh perspective to a well documented topic... Bligh is a book that will have wide appeal and a worthy addition to Salmond's award-winning repertoire." -- Maria Amoamo Journal Of The Polynesian Society "This readable book ... is likely to set the standard for thorough research, ethnographic insight and psychological discernment." -- Bernd Lambert Pacific Affairs

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