The First Bushman’s Path.

£11.00

The “First Bushmen”,or the “First -there-sitting-people”,established the path along which all dead people and animals would travel to get to their final holding place,a great hole in the ground.And it was these first Bushmen who had been the original occupants of the land in which the /Xam lived and about whom stories were told.So declared //Kabbo,one of the last of the /Xam San to narrate the stories and traditions which had helped to make the /Xam who they were,and to construct their land and make it livable.Here is a collection of poems based on these people.

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Limp pictorial card covers,in an almost fine condition,however there is a kind of dent to the bottom outside edge,as if something has been dropped on the book.Nothing is broken its more like a kind of buckle,a pity to such a fine copy.Size 9×7 pp 269,inc,bibliography,a list of substitute pronunciations.no plates text only.Page maps to prelims.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).Internaly perfectly clean throughout.If it was not for that small dent through the thicknes of the book,this would be a fine–fine as new copy.

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