n English in Africa - A note on

Volume 40, Issue 3
  • ISSN : 0376-8902



Particular physical sections of the earth, its waters, soil, topographies, terrains, regional skies, etc., appear to me, and I suppose to everyone, to have their own character or psychology (apart, that is, from the inhabitants). My involvement with this continent as a white African is to me a profound and passionate and (I hope) compassionate one. If I could, I would heal the very earth on which I stand, the waters I sail on, swim in, work with, look over, drink from; and of course, myself, my fellow humans and the fauna and flora. The only scalpels and medicaments I have are a limited scientific training, a little insight and a small writing talent.

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