Various articles and stories
- [Place of publication not identified] : Wiley Digital Archives, [not before 1920?]
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource
- The Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland
- Incomplete stories and odd leaves -- Translations of Seven farthings, by Z. S. Móricz, and An idyll on the track, by J. Szini -- A man-eater, 1921 -- Why the hyena laughs -- How a rhinocerous saved my life, August, 1922 -- The coloured gentleman, January 24, 1922 -- Meglopoctt tolvaj -- Experiences in Sierra Leone, 1922 -- Gwynfryn, August 14, 1922 -- Africa, April 1, 1923 -- Slavery in Central Africa -- Papa-dianantopoulo -- The awful end of uncle jackal -- A few words on African folk-lore -- A visit to the Canaries, October 11 -- A hunter's day -- Keep your mouth shut and you wont get a head ache -- Stowaway stories -- The story of tobacco -- Animal friendships -- My cannibal crew -- The re-incarnation of Tutankhamen -- The sad story of Kalamata, January 26, 1923 -- The revival of Comassoo -- The jackal and the hippopotamus -- Various articles and stories -- Traders in Central Africa -- Young Africa, November 16, 1921 -- How Mr Green died by accident -- How the giraffe got his long neck -- Translations of Seven farthings -- An apology of Sir John de Mandeville -- Frocks and frills in the Congo -- Uncle jackal has pig for his dinner.
- Collection no.: MS 198.
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