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by Carole Boyce Davies,Elaine Savory Fido

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Carole Boyce Davies,Elaine Savory Fido
Africa World Pr; 1st edition (1994)
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ISBN-13: 978-0865430433. Book Condition: A couple of the essays are heavily marked (though not past legibility) in ink and there is some minor water damage at the bottom edge (faint staining and mild rippling) in other sections, but otherwise it's a clean, sound copy we will ship promptly. Condition: Used: Acceptable.

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