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Which ‘appropriates’ the Other as it visualises power. . ’’ Homi Bhabha, The Location of Culture (London: Routledge, 1994), p. 86. Sir Joseph Banks, Papers 1745–1820. Things intended for Omai manuscript list. National Library of Australia MS9/14. A similar turban is seen in drawings made in Polynesia by Hodges, such as the red-chalk drawing of Potatow by William Hodges in the Mitchell Library, Sydney, Australia. ‘‘White tapa was . . ’’ Pacific historians such as Bronwen Douglas believe that the drape and thickness of the turban and sash indicate tapa.
Cook commented that both the Mai/Omai in London and the South Pacific 27 chief and Mai’s family seemed indifferent to him until he presented them with gifts: ‘‘But it was evident to every one of us, that it was not the man but his property, they were in love with. . ’’45 For Cook, Mai’s lack of prudence led to his compatriots envying his new-found wealth and acquisitions. In his view, this put Mai in a hazardous situation and it is Mai’s contact with European civilization which has put him in jeopardy.
Troide, Journals and Letters, p. 195. McCormick, Omai: Pacific Envoy, p. 159. Troide, Journals and Letters, p. 196. Troide, Journals and Letters, p. 197. Troide, Journals and Letters, p. 198. This was subsequently announced in the General Evening Post, January 25–7, 1776. See McCormick, Omai: Pacific Envoy, p. 163. James Cook, The Journal of Captain James Cook on his Voyages of Discovery. Volume 2: The Voyage of the Resolution and Adventure, 1772–75, ed. John Cawte Beaglehole (Cambridge: Hakluyt Society, 1961), p.