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New York: American Committee on Africa, 1955. 20p., 8.5x11 inches, original stapled wraps, address label and rubberstamp on cover, otherwise very good. Numbering is peculiar, as vol. II no. 5 is dated later in 1955. Updates on anti-colonial activism and political developments, including a three-page profile of Julius Nyerere and.....
New York: Vantage Press, 1982. Hardcover. 108p., introduction, footnotes, tables and headings, bibliography, very good first edition in dj. Ugandan author/educator educated at MIT, a self-imposed exile to Botswana in the late 1970s to escape Idi Amin's fascist state, he returned to Makerere University in 1980.
Kansas City, MO: Kindling Press, 1993. 60p., 5.5x8.5 inches, foreword, illustrations, long warm inscription on title page by Muench (signed Karen) very good chapbook in stapled glossy white pictorial wraps. Authors based in Wisconsin, Kisubi was born and raised in Uganda and fled to the United States when Idi Amin.....
Nairobi: East African Publishing House, 1966. Paperback. 216p. in wraps. Soiled and edgeworn with short semi-closed tear to lower fore-edge of front cover, crease along length of rear cover, some creasing along length of bit bowed spine. First volume in the trilogy "Song of Lawino" "Song of Ocol" and "Song.....