Tales from Tanzania: A Mostly True Story

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Travel - 220 pages
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Renaissance Collection #9620

Seven plays: RUBY and PEARL: A Class act is about 2 aging burlesque dancers who don't want to take it all off; FAGEN is about the buffalo soldier who turned traitor and fought for the Philipine Army; NELSON'n'SIMONE is about the torrid love affair between France's Simone de Beauvoir and the America's Nelson Algren; F: The Fringe Candidate is about the vivacious and extremely thoughtful Lenora Fulani, political activist, featured are Jesse Jefferson and Madonna; DREAM ROOMS is a fable about couples in love; and the final 2 plays are about the great novelist Zora Neale Hurston: ZORA and LANGSTON and ZORA:WHU.

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Review: TALES FROM TANZANIA: A mostly true story

User Review  - Catherine Woodman - Goodreads

I really loved this hilarious tale of a budget safari through Tanzania--we found this, not from the safari guide to books to read to prepare yourself for the journey, but because Abe's English teacher ... Read full review

Review: TALES FROM TANZANIA: A mostly true story

User Review  - Michelle Ng - Goodreads

I would give this book a 5 star if the title was "Chronicle of The People and Events of My Trip in Tanzania". The book is 70% about the author's conversation with his camp mates, about what goes on ... Read full review

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