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Very good in illustrated boards in a very good dust jacket (previous owner's name, minor rubbing and edgewear to the dj.). Hardcover-First edition--A collection of nineteen traditional folk tales in this collection have been retold in French by the Senegalese writer Birago Diop and translated into English by Dorothy Blair. Based on the stories as he heard them from his household Griot Amadou, son of Koumba in Dakar and in the Woloff dialect. Includes a foreword by the translator, an explanation of local terms, and an introduction by Diop. xxiii, 134 pp.
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