I Dreamed of Africa

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Penguin Books, 1992 - Kenya - 336 pages
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At the age of 25, Kuki Gallmann moved to Kenya with her future husband, where they established a vast ranch. But Africa's beauty does't come without a price, and when tragedy struck, Kuki found herself pregnant and alone with her young son and 90,000 acres of Africa to oversee. 32 pages of photos, half in full color.

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User Review  - Estrela - LibraryThing

Sickening. It's a book about a woman obsessed with her own grief. I've never read so many descriptions of accidents, wakes and funerals in the same book. Even the dog's funeral is described! The ... Read full review

I DREAMED OF AFRICA

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A further addition to the collective writings of that band of well-born European women who go out to Kenya, suffer personal tragedies, but find fulfillment and themselves in the demi-Edens they can ... Read full review

Contents

A New Life
35
Friends in Kenya
38
Exploring Lake Turkana
43
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Kuki Gallmann is an environmentalist, a poet, and a writer. She lives in Kenya, Africa.

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