The Stolen Desert. A study of Uhuru in North East Africa.


This is the story of an ancient balance of power in East Africa between Christian Habash,Muslim Somalis and Pagon Galla.The author shows how the traditional southward drift of “Kush”may be disintegrating as history under the microscope of anthropology;he follows the fleeing ghost of Noah’s curse from Genesis until it seems to die away in a borderland of sermon and myth.

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Both vols. h/b in nice clean boards,both in v/g pictorial d/w,one in protected covers,the other with some slight wear to corners and edges.Sizes 9×6 pp X+252,inc,index,various appenices,page maps,b/w plates from reproduced photographic prints,inc frontispiece All hinges strong.Both bindings good to firm.Some slight fingermarks to prelims.Otherwise clean and bright throughout.


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