Zulu Woman. The life of Christina Sibiya.


In 1934 the author recorded the remarkable life story of Christina Sibiya,the first of 65 wives of the uncrowned king of the Zulus,Solomon kaDinuzulu.What she faithfully took down–and then crafted into a moving narrative–is the riviting true story of a South African woman who enterd life among the Zulu royal family and then,after enduring psychological and physical abuse,found the courage to leave.A remarkable story.

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Limp pictorial card covers,in fine condition.Size 9×6 pp 13+228,inc various appendix,no plates text only,but with a partialy pictorial tittle-page.Hinges strong Binding tight (suggest unread),perhaps some very faint age-browning to outside margins,but otherwise clean and bright throughout. A fine ,–to almost as new clean copy.


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