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East African childhood

Joseph A. Lijembe

East African childhood

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by Joseph A. Lijembe

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Published by Oxford University Press in Nairobi, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Contents: The valley between: a Muluyia"s story, by Joseph A. Lijembe - At home in the village: growing up in Acholi, by Anna Apoko - Thorns in the grass:the story of a Kamba boy, by J. Mutuku Nzioki.

Statementedited by Lorene K. Fox ; written by Joseph A. Lijembe, Anna Apoko, J.Mutuku Nzioki.
ContributionsFox, Lorene K., Apoko, Anna., Nzioki, J. Mutuku.
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Open LibraryOL18389694M


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