Journey to the Source of the Nile
For centuries, historians and geographers have sought the source of the Nile, the longest river in the world. Now with dramatically intimate photographs Ondaatje brings new evidence and proof of the Nile's true source and the origins of mankind.
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Introduction by Lord Selborne
A Song of Africa
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