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[SR: 2910525], Paperback, [EAN: 9781934555132], Valancourt Books, Valancourt Books, Book, [PU: Valancourt Books], Valancourt Books, Set in the turbulent early 1800s before British colonisation in South Africa, The King's Assegai(1894) is a gripping narrative of a young Zulu warrior's passage through crisis. Together with an army of fellow Zulus, Untuswa flees the harsh rule of the Zulu king, Shaka, to establish a new nation under a new leader, Umzilikazi. Untuswa quickly earns the King's favour and is appointed his chief messenger; emboldened by this honour, he asks the King's permission to marry. Laughing, the King promises to give Untuswa not only permission to marry, but also his assegai--his spear, which in his hand is symbol of his authority--but only if Untuswa performs a deed braver and bolder than any he has heard of. Untuswa, determined to claim performance of this promise, fights ferociously against enemy tribes, confronts the terrifying magic of the witch-doctors, and risks death at the hands of cannibals in the mountains. But these dangers are nothing compared to the fate that awaits him when he does the unthinkable--elope with the King's intended bride. The first of Bertram Mitford's tetralogy of historical Zulu novels, The King's Assegai is remarkable for being a novel written by a white man, but peopled entirely by African characters. Based on Mitford's own experiences in South Africa and local oral tradition, *The King's Assegai* is not simply a great British novel about Africa, but, as Gerald Monsman argues in his introduction, a great African novel. Long out of print and neglected, The King's Assegai deserves a place alongside H. Rider Haggard's Nada the Lily as precursor to later established African classics such as Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart., 4798, South Africa, 4762, Africa, 9, History, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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pSet in the turbulent early 1800s before British colonisation in South Africa, iThe King´s Assegai/i(1894) is a gripping narrative of a young Zulu warrior´s passage through crisis. Together with an army of fellow Zulus, Untuswa flees the harsh rule of the Zulu king, Shaka, to establish a new nation under a new leader, Umzilikazi.pUntuswa quickly earns the King´s favour and is appointed his chief messenger; emboldened by this honour, he asks the King´s permission to marry. Laughing, the King promises to give Untuswa not only permission to marry, but also his assegai--his spear, which in his hand is symbol of his authority--but only if Untuswa performs a deed braver and bolder than any he has heard of. Untuswa, determined to claim performance of this promise, fights ferociously against enemy tribes, confronts the terrifying magic of the witch-doctors, and risks death at the hands of cannibals in the mountains. But these dangers arenothing compared to the fate that awaits him when he does the unthinkable--elope with the King´s intended bride.pThe first of Bertram Mitford´s tetralogy of historical Zulu novels, iThe King´s Assegai/i is remarkable for being a novel written by a white man, but peopled entirely by African characters. Based on Mitford´s own experiences in South Africa and local oral tradition, *The King´s Assegai* is not simply a great British novel about Africa, but, as Gerald Monsman argues in his introduction, a great African novel. Long out of print and neglected, /iThe King´s Assegai/i deserves a place alongside H. Rider Haggard´s iNada the Lily/i as precursor to later established African classics such as Chinua Achebe´s iThings Fall Apart./i The King´s Assegai: A Matabili Story Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 01.05.2007 Buch (fremdspr.), Valancourt Books, .200

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Set in the turbulent early 1800s before British colonisation in South Africa, "The King's Assegai"(1894) is a gripping narrative of a young Zulu warrior's passage through crisis. Together with an army of fellow Zulus, Untuswa flees the harsh rule of the Zulu king, Shaka, to establish a new nation under a new leader, Umzilikazi. Untuswa quickly earns the King's favour and is appointed his chief messenger; emboldened by this honour, he asks the King's permission to marry. Laughing, the King promises to give Untuswa not only permission to marry, but also his assegai--his spear, which in his hand is symbol of his authority--but only if Untuswa performs a deed braver and bolder than any he has heard of. Untuswa, determined to claim performance of this promise, fights ferociously against enemy tribes, confronts the terrifying magic of the witch-doctors, and risks death at the hands of cannibals in the mountains. But these dangers are nothing compared to the fate that awaits him when he does the unthinkable--elope with the King's intended bride. The first of Bertram Mitford's tetralogy of historical Zulu novels, "The King's Assegai" is remarkable for being a novel written by a white man, but peopled entirely by African characters. Based on Mitford's own experiences in South Africa and local oral tradition, *The King's Assegai* is not simply a great British novel about Africa, but, as Gerald Monsman argues in his introduction, a great African novel. Long out of print and neglected, "The King's Assegai" deserves a place alongside H. Rider Haggard's "Nada the Lily" as precursor to later established African classics such as Chinua Achebe's "Things Fall Apart." The King's Assegai: A Matabili Story Mitford, Bertram / Monsman, Gerald, Valancourt Books

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781934555132
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1934555134
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: Valancourt Books
168 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,218 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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