The Malay Archipelago, Vol. 2

Alfred Russel WALLACE (1823 - 1913)

A fascinating and classic Victorian ethnology of SE Asia, first published in 1869. The author was co-discoverer of evolution, together with Darwin. (Summary by Nicholas Longhurst)

Genre(s): *Non-fiction, Animals

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The Moluccas—Ternate. nlonghu
00:17:17
Play 02 Gilolo nlonghu
00:11:20
Play 03 Ternate to the Kaioa Islands nlonghu
00:18:24
Play 04 Batchian nlonghu
00:48:51
Play 05 Ceram, Goram and the Matabello Islands nlonghu
00:27:56
Play 06 Bouru nlonghu
00:19:25
Play 07 The Natural History of the Moluccas nlonghu
00:25:25
Play 08 Macasar to the Aru Islands in a Native Prau nlonghu
00:27:24
Play 09 The Ke Islands nlonghu
00:26:37
Play 10 The Aru Islands- Residence in Dobo nlonghu
00:28:24
Play 11 The Aru Islands -Journey and Residence nlonghu
01:04:54
Play 12 The Aru Islands -Second Residenc deongines
00:28:29
Play 13 The Aru Islands -Physical Geography and Aspects nlonghu
00:18:33
Play 14 New Guinea - Dorey nlonghu
00:40:30
Play 15 Voyage from Ceram to Waigiou nlonghu
00:22:20
Play 16 Waigiou nlonghu
00:23:30
Play 17 Voyage from Waigiou to Ternate nlonghu
00:22:09
Play 18 The Birds of Paradise nlonghu
00:49:02
Play 19 The Natural History of the Papuan Islands nlonghu
00:15:18
Play 20 The Races of Man in the Malay Archipelago part 1 deongines
00:22:29
Play 21 The Races of Man in the Malay Archipelago part 2 deongines
00:20:58