Travels in West Africa
by Mary H. Kingsley
Publisher: Macmillan and co. 1897
Number of pages: 416
The breathtaking, edifying and hilariously entertaining autobiographical tale of the famous British 19th century female explorer, who traveled all by herself into the deepest West African jungle and loved every life-threatening moment of it, be it sudden lone encounters with crocodiles and leopards, or staying for the night in a cannibal village.
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