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African Nights - Kuki Gallmann

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Continuing the book "I Dreamed of Africa", this volume is written in episodes and covers Kuki's life over the last ten to 12 years. She refers glancingly to the deaths of her husband and son, covering family issues, the conservation and preservation of the animals around her, the fear and beauty of being lost in the bush at night, a king cobra who visits the tree planted over Emanuele's grave and, in the eyes of the local Pokot women, therefore brings evidence that Emanuele's spirit is at peace, an encounter with a baby rhino and a new man in Kuki's life.

Kuki Gallmann, author of the autobiographical I Dreamed of Africa, continues her memoirs of events, people and life in Kenya, short true stories about the Gallmann family, her husband Paolo, son Emmanuel and daughter Sveva. Each chapter is remarkable in itself for the characters, animals and way of life she describes. (Kirkus UK)

Full-moon island; Emanuele's chameleons; the brigadeer's cheetah; a Maasai woman; Mwtua; the bull shark of Vuma; Langat; the story of Nungu-Nungu; the tale of the two bushbabies; the pendulum; a bed like a vessel; the rhino that ran fast enough; 50 guineas' pike; the cobra who came from the dark; elephant ballad; Aidan's return; upon the wings of the wind; the ring and the lake; the rain-stick; birthday in Turkana; the magic cove.

ISBN: 9780140238464
ISBN-10: 0140238468
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 160
Published: 29th June 1995
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 13.5  x 1.5
Weight (kg): 0.16
Edition Type: New edition