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Title Jeqe the Bodyservant of King Tshaka (Insila Ka Tshaka): Translated from the Zulu by Professor J. Boxwell
Author(s) Dubb, Dr. John
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1951
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher Lovedale Press
Library British Library
Reference 010608.e.17
Notes The Adam Matthew Group would like to thank Lovedale Press, South Africa for kindly granting copyright permission for us to reproduce their material.
Region Africa
Names King Tshaka, Dr. John Dubb, Professor J. Boxwell
Places South Africa, Zululand, Tongaland (p44), Swaziland (p69)
Topics African literature, African fiction, Zulu culture, marriage, polygamy, Kraal, health and disease (pp2, 39, 55, 60, 65-66), medicine (pp58-60, 67), tribal conflict, songs (pp8, 36), Zulu praise song (p8), witchcraft (pp11, 22-23, 27), medicine man, witchdoctor (pp13, 26), love (p12), superstition, animal sacrifice (p13), dress (p15), crime and punishment, execution (p18), stabbing of a pregnant women (p26), death, burial customs (p34), big game (pp35, 38, 42), love (pp45-48, 51-52, 65), iron smelting (p60), marriage (p69)
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