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native culture and its practitioners. Peter Hulme argues that ‘“cannibalism” is a term with no application outside the discourse of European colonialism’, Colonial Encounters (London, 1986), p. 84. See also F. Lestringant, Cannibals: The Discovery and Representation of the Cannibal from Columbus to Jules Verne, trans. R. Morris (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1997), pp. 15–17. 4 The Psalter (British Library, MS Additional 28681, c. 1250), Ebstorf (thirteenth century), and Hereford (c. 1300) mappaemundi all relegate anthropophagi to the far south of the world, on the edges

in Pulp fictions of medieval England