5 edition of Blood of the Land found in the catalog.
Blood of the Land
August 1992 by New Society Publishers .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||360|
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She tells him of his father, Laertes, who still lives but similarly grieves and has lost his will. Active Themes Odysseus describes the conversation he had with Agamemnon.
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His only solace is to hear that his son fares well in life. Mack looked like a younger, more strapping version of him. But before settling down in peace, he will have to make one more voyage to a land far away from any sea and make sacrifices to appease Poseidon.
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The play illustrates how Europeans, with the active collaboration of some unscrupulous Africans, exploited and stole Africa’s rich resources during the colonial era.
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