The Amistad Rebellion

An Atlantic Odyssey of Slavery and Freedom
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (9.60 hours)
Product Number: Z05871
Released: Feb 01, 2013
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781470327187
Narrator/s: Peter Jay Fernandez
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Noted historian Marcus Rediker has earned numerous awards for his work, including the sought-after George Washington Book Prize. In The Amistad Rebellion, he turns his attention to the famed slave ship that set sail from Havana in 1839. Painstakingly researched, Rediker's account follows the slaves' point of view, from the joyous moments after they seized the ship through the harrowing court case that would become a touchstone in the struggle for civil rights.


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The Amistad Rebellion
Product Number: BX00006440
Product Number:Z05871
Product Number:ND0110

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Author(s): Marcus Rediker
Narrator(s): Peter Jay Fernandez
Product Number ND0110
Released: Jan 10, 2013
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781470327163
Author(s): Marcus Rediker
Narrator(s): Peter Jay Fernandez
Product Number MP0738
Released: Feb 08, 2013
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781470343286
Author(s): Marcus Rediker
Product Number EB00394431
Released: Jun 05, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Penguin Books
ISBN: #9781101601051

Professional reviews

"Rediker's account of the AMISTAD affair bogs down in repetition, tiresome or extraneous detail, and strained analysis. Peter Jay Fernandez's voice is both distinguished sounding and listenable, and he reads with understanding, but he doesn't rise above the material, if that's even possible. His delivery, while expressive, has something of the feel of a lecture; if it were a person, it would be one we'd respect but wouldn't want to spend time with. He provides a generic "African" accent for the slaves, which is satisfying, but his British accent is unconvincing. The relative stiffness of his delivery, combined with the weaknesses of the text, result in a program from which the listener drifts away too easily. This highly dramatic and significant episode in American history deserves better. W.M. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"

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