David Lamb Audio Books

David Lamb Audio Books

David Lamb, critically-acclaimed author of The Arabs, spent four years in Africa as a news correspondent, traveling through forty-eight of its countries. Written in 1983, The Africans is a remarkable and very personal commentary on the people of this vast continent. It offers colorful, close-up views of presidents, peasants, guerilla leaders, and merchants while tracing a vivid history of one of the most varied populations on earth. Everyone interested in world cultures will find The Africans a fascinating experience.

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