The Waters of Africa


We should be doing a grave injustice to Aloysius Horn if we failed to see that this third book is something bigger than an entertaining and elusive record of a wild past on the east side of Africa. It is for one thing, a serious indictment of the slave trade. “The Waters of Africa”also upholds the reputation of Aloysius Horn as a lover of nature and as the stout and tender champion of Africa’s vanishing fauna.

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H/b in nice clean boards appart from some slight staining to the ends of the spine,In a printed d/w,with worn edges chipped and small tears with some small loss to spine,hence the staining.Size 9×6 pp 318,plus 35 pages as a list of books in the Travellers librar, page map,No plates only portrate of author as frontispiece.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread)Some light foxing and browning to prelims and end-papers and extreme outside edges of text-block.Iternally clean.


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