4 edition of My Life in Search of Africa. found in the catalog.
My Life in Search of Africa.
John Henrik Clarke
in Independent Pub Group
Written in English
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This book finally uncovers the tumultuous life of this great figure. Through a series of autobiographical essays, Clarke looks back on his lifelong struggle to restore African history to its proper place in the context of world history.
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