The Bantu Languages of Africa.


This volume is the fourth and last part of the General survey of the languages of Africa which has been prepaired and published by the International African Institute,under the title”Handbook of African Languages”.This volume is the study of the Bantu languages of Africa,From its contents page,it covers160 groups of people and single units.It is a kind of dictionary giving some information on each of the 160 tongues spoken.Stating where they were spoken,and by how many people. An interesting study this.

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Limp printed card covers chipped and faded with some loss to the bottom spine,Size 10×6 pp XI+170,inc.index,no illustrations text only,with map in the back pocket.Hinges weak,Binding good to firm,a few spots of foxing in the prelims.No staining,very slightly age-browned.Otherwise internall clean and bright.


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