An African Horizon


For those who have studied social anthropology connected with the nightmare of complecity of trying to resolve the relationships between the various peoples, tribes and clans of Southern Africa,non can be more complex than the so called MaShona, because no one exactly new who they were.They are indeed one of the largest ndigenous families in Africa.This book set out in 14 chapters is an in-depth study of the MaShona people,from symbolism,the ideal of procreation,interpretation of folk tales,animal symbols,the ideal of muscular power,the ideal of knowledge ,the ideal of magic,and much more.

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H/b in plain boards,slightly stained on the back,no d/w,Size 9×6 pp ii+269,inc,bibliography,references,index,various appendixes,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Some slight staining to e/prs.No foxing or browning.Internally clean and bright throughout.


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