This work presents the story of a boy growing up in the innocence
and the violence of Colonial Africa. From childhood he had learnt
the ways of Africa and of it's history, yet he was also a product
of his own time and place and of his own distinct English culture.
He grew to understand that there are few absolutes among people and
societies. Only the Bush is pure in it's pitiless logic, in its
stark contrast between life and death. His experiences shape and
change him as he grows by stages from boyhood through youth to
young manhood, his rites of passage set against a background of
love, hate, and pitiless civil war.
Paul Mould Publishing
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||200 x 143 x 16mm (L x W x T)
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