Masai Myths, Tales and Riddles
Courier Corporation, 2003 M01 1 - 116 páginas
These enchanting talesnbsp;from thenbsp;Masai of East Africa describenbsp;worlds of warriors and devils, monkeys and hyenas, earthquakes and comets — magical realms, in which everyday life takes on supernatural elements.nbsp; For the past hundred years, this volume has served as an authoritative source for studies of Masai culture.
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