Christina Forsyth of Fingoland (The story of the Loneliest Woman in Africa)


Down through the ages of history,now and then we come upon outstanding people.People who have achieved greatness and much public recognition,and generally this is the norm.However here we have a biography of a truly remarkable woman who having passed through all the usual traumas of love and dissapointment,became the most loneliest woman in Africa.She lived alone for 30 years in a remote mission station in South East Africa and devoted herself in the redemption and the saving of the individual native heart.Remarable.

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This is a duplicated item,both in h/b in nice clean boards a little wear to the corners,and spine ends d/w.Sizes 8×5 pp 8+236,inc,adverts for further reading,index,plates,with frontispiece,page map in prelims.The cheaper copy has cracked hinges,with a best wishes and date to ff/ep Both bindings good to firm,Both volumes equaly stained and age-browned mainly in prelims and end papers,otherwise internally clean throughout.


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