The Prophet's Camel Bell
When Margaret Laurence set out for Somaliland with her engineer husband in 1950, she confronted the difficulty of communication between peoples of vastly different cultures. Yet she came to know the skilled orators, poets and craftsmen of the country, and to share the vision of a people’s struggle for survival in a barren land.
The Prophet’s Camel Bellis part travelogue, part autobiography, part celebration of human nature, and essential reading for anyone who has ever been a stranger in a strange land.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - sonofcarc - LibraryThing
I had previously entered this book on LT under the title "New Wind in a Dry Land," under which it was published in the US. Only two other people have it under that name! Either way, this is a ... Read full review
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Can autobiographies have a story arch? Please? Read full review