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Most people would probably like this book. I did not like it because I never have seen Africa as a dark continent or one of fierce animals or tribes. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Kentuckiana Gal
My 1 star rating is due to the TERRIBLE binding quality of the book. I haven't finished the book yet but it has been an interesting and easy read so far.Published 11 months ago by MOHAMED
The book came with 40 pages loose from its binder. It's still a great read.Published 13 months ago by Anh Le
Required Reading for Son's College Course, excellent deal, son learned a lot from this book, very interesting according to him and he's not a fan of reading. :)Published on September 17, 2013 by Kimberly Schrimpf
Keim's purpose is tell what Africa is not. He doesn't stick to that purpose and goes far afield in explaining the development of racial ideology in the West. Read morePublished on March 15, 2013 by djfgreene
Africa is a continent of great contrasts and poignant ironies; a place and its people simultaneously idealized and vilified in America's popular imagination. Read morePublished on February 6, 2011 by John Schutte