Preachers Peasants and Politics in Southeast Africa,1835-1880.


On skimming through the introduction of this book,I find the title and subtitle somewhat confusing,it seems to be based on the history of the Quabe people of Natal,and their disintegration at the hands of Shaka and of Dingaan.How these people after much persecution,settled down with the coming of the missionarys.The general responce to Christianity among the people of Pondoland and Zululand,to become a mixture of preachers, peasants, and finaly polititions during the years 1835-1880.

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H/b in nice clean boards,some slight affects of damp to the spine,no d/w.Size 9×6 pp XI+230,inc index,published sources,appendix,notes to text,page maps,list of abbreviations,no plates text only.Hinges strong,Binding tight (suggest unread) Internally clean and bright throughout.


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