is a valuable study of the many shifts in the pirate-story genre. (Grace Moore, Times Literary Supplement
Neil Rennie's Treasure Neverland
examines priates both real and imagined. beginning with a valuable historical overview that seeks to distinguish the reality of life on the high seas ... Treasure Neverland
is a valuable study of the many shifts in the pirate-story genre. (Grace Moore, The The Times Literary Supplement,
scholarly and entertaining... Rennie not only manages to explain where the pirates of popular imagination come from, but also gives a fascinating example of how historical realities can be transformed into the conventions of fiction. (Colin Burrow, The Guardian
About the Author
Neil Rennie spent his childhood in exotic islands and strict boarding schools and has written studies and histories of travel as well as of literature and ideas. He teaches at University College London.