History of the Southern Lou.


It is now generally accepted among scholars that any literature of Eastern Africa that does not include the Southern Lou is defective in one significant respect, as it tells us very little about the history of the Southern Lou people. In this book the traditions of the Padhola and Keny Lou are studied and an attempt is made to produce a synthesis, and in doing this, special attention has been paid to possible links with other Nilotic groups.

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H/b in slightly marked boards and a little edge-worn, with bumped corners.No d/w. Size 9×6 pp 250 inc index, bibliography,page maps,diagrams,plates,with frontispiece illustrations in text.hinges strong, binding tight (suggest unread),internaly bright and clean throughout.Owners signature on f/ep.No foxing, browning or staining, a nice clean copy, a pity the d/w is missing.


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