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Title Stories Told in an African Forest by Grown-up Children of Africa by A. J. Mounteney Jephson, one of Mr Stanley's Officers. With numerous illustrations from drawings by Walter W. Buckley
Author(s) Jephson, A. J Mounteney
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1893
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher Sampson Low, Marston & Company Ltd
Library British Library
Reference 12431.ee.15
Region Africa, North America
Names A. J. Mounteney Jephson, Walter W. Buckley, Henry Stanley (pp4, 24, 28, 30), General Gordon (p6), Emin Pasha (p6)
Places East Africa, Zanzibar, Central Africa, United States of America, USA
Topics African literature, memoir, African fiction, adventure, explorer, traditional, folk tales, folk lore, cannibalism (pp2, 12, 15-16), comparison between African Americans and Africans (p4), education (p5), Mahdi (p6), food, survival in the forest (p7), building a fort (p8), Zanzibar field song (p9), natural history, rats, snakes (p10), Pigmies (pp2, 12-21), dress (pp18-20, 27), equality of women from different races (p20), liin an African fort (pp22-31), Islam, Mohammedanism (pp31-36, 49), Islamic stories (pp31-36)
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