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SAHARAN Volume 16. Jane Tapsubei Creider and Chet A. Creider. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer. Creider, Jane Tapsubei &. Chet A. Creider 1989. Rudiger koppe verlag,. Koln. Dale, Ivan R. & P. J. Greenway 1961.

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by Jane Tapsubei Creider. Their world was three miles wide and fifteen miles long, a patch of rugged, rocky land along the upper slopes of Mt. Kamasai

by Jane Tapsubei Creider. Select Format: Paperback. Kamasai. At the foot of the mountain ran the Cheboiywa River, the boundary between the Nandi and Luyia. On the other side of the mountain, from Kapkeimur onwards, were European settlers and priests

A Drunken Dream collects stories by Hagio from her beginning, middle, and current career. The consistency of her work is evidence of why she's finally being translated into English and why that was long overdue.

A Drunken Dream collects stories by Hagio from her beginning, middle, and current career.

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The Shrunken Dream is a captivating story of the Nandi people of East Africa. An invaluable recording of a culture under siege in colonial and post-colonial Kenya, The Shrunken Dream is also a compelling tale of love and loss, community and independence.

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ISBN13: 978-0889611757

ISBN: 0889611750

Author: Jane Tapsubei Creider

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: World Literature

Language: English

Publisher: Canadian Scholars Press; 1st edition (1992)

Pages: 360 pages

ePUB size: 1882 kb

FB2 size: 1422 kb

Rating: 4.7

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