The Bushman Myth. The Making of a Namibian Underclass.


“The Bushman Myth”offers a long overdue corrective to so many published accounts of the so-called Bushmen or “San” peoples of southern Africa.The author’s scholarly book places these people in proper historical context with respect to their neighbors,their enemies,and visitors(friendly or otherwise)to their territory.And he shows how European images of the Bushmen have changed over time,as has Bushman culture itself.

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Limp pictorial covers,in fine clean and sharp condition.Size 9×6 pp 16+304,inc index,references and bibliography,noted to various chapters,appendix,reproduced photographic plates,with frontispiece,sketches in text,page maps,various lists and tables.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).Internaly clean and bright throughout. A fine–fine as new copy.


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