|Other titles||Burners of men.|
|Statement||by Marcel Griaule; preface by S. Charléty ...|
|Contributions||Rich, Edwin Gile, 1879-1939.|
|LC Classifications||DT378 .G73 1935a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 247 p.|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||35037319|
Excerpt from My Abyssinian Journey: A Journey Through Abyssinia From the Red Sea to Nairobi in in the Days of Emperor Menelik The streets were simply alley-ways, about a yard wide; the over hanging balconies of some of the houses and hotels almost completely shut off the sunlight, and from some of these balconies it was possible to reach across to the house on the opposite side of the Author: John Boyes. Abyssinian Nomad is the first African woman to write a book about her Cape to Cairo journey over land. She shares her experience about love,loss and adventure: 1. Who is Maski and why does she call herself the Abyssinian Nomad? Maski is a seeker, lifelong learner who truly believes in the magic of the world and human around the world. 2. Start your review of Abyssinian Nomad: An African woman's journey of love, loss, and adventure from Cape to Cairo Write a review P.J. Mann rated it it was amazing/5. A highly entertaining novel of romance and adventure. Set in , a young French informal doctor in Cairo falls in love with the consul's daughter, undertakes a dangerous journey to Abyssinia as an ambassador delivering a diplomatic message to the Ethiopian king from King Louis XIV of France, and then proceeds to Paris to give the Abyssinian's reply to King Louis XIV/5(71).
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. My Abyssinian journey Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. MH: Abyssinian Nomad is a travel memoir that offers encouragement and empowerment to readers to dream big, embrace life’s gifts and not give up no matter what. It’s about a journey of an African woman, traveling in Africa from Cape to Cairo. AF: What made you decide to capture your travel experiences into a book? As Per ABYSSINIAN JOURNEY BY MAJOR JOHN BOYES - SCARCE BOOK - 60 ver A5 SIZE PRINTED BY & CO, NAIROBI On the front of the cover it reads: All Profits from the sale of this book will be devoted to the provision of Mobile Canteens for the Forces operating in Eastern Africa. Antonia writes: I would like to thank Miles Bredin, whose book ‘The Pale Abyssinian: The Life of James, African Explorer and Adventurer’ () first introduced me to the individualistic Bruce and his incredible story. My much-loved copy of Bredin’s book provided endless inspiration for this podcast. Featured image: Christ in Glory.
: MY ABYSSINIAN JOURNEY: A Journey Through Abyssinia from The Red Sea to Nairobi in in the Days of Emperor Menelik.: SIGNED and inscribed by John Boyes dated July Worn and ink stained (text and inscription not affected) scarce booklet issued in support of Mobile Canteens for Forces Opperating in East Africa. Single sectionstapled binding, in scuffed and stained Price: $ Marcel Griaule (16 May – 23 February ) was a French author and anthropologist known for his studies of the Dogon people of West Africa, and for pioneering ethnographic field studies in France. He worked together with Germaine Dieterlen and Jean Rouch on African subjects. His publications number over books and articles for scholarly journals. Journey from the Blue Nile A History of the Abyssinian Cat Written for the United Abyssinian Club, Inc, New York, ,. by Aida Bartleman Zanetti, Cambridge, Mass. in collaboration with Elinor Dennis, Media, Pa. and Mary E. Hantzmon, Washington, D.C. Voyage from Aden to Mocha—Residence at the Factory—Abstract of occurrences in Yemen since —Preparations for Abyssinian Journey—Deputation of Mr. Stuart, in the service of the African Association, to Zeyla, with the intention that he should proceed to Hurrur and Efat—Departure from Mocha for the Abyssinian Coast, p.