AN EXPLORER’S VIEW OF AFRICA SOUTH OF THE ZAMBEZI.
The saga of this turbulent Continent, its peoples and events, has been documented in every form of writing, yet the most enduring aspect by far, appears to be Africa’s flora and fauna. John Sinclair has contributed in no mean style to the fund of Africana with his two earlier books. Encouraged to follow these successes with another collector’s piece, Zambezi South, the subject this time has swung to a theme dear to the hearts of most of us with a yen to travel the paths of the explorers.
In Zambezi South, John Sinclair, has taken to the trails of the frontiersmen, men who have shown the way for generations to follow. A wealth of magnificent photographs, together with a pungent, and at times humorous text, will ensure a new host of admirers for this outstanding author, photographer and artist.
Authored by John Sinclair and published by Hugh Keartland of Johannesburg in 1970. Hard cover bound this First Edition copy is in Very Good condition, covered in plastic with a Good condition dust jacket. The size of the book is 335x257x22mm, with 207 pages. Dust jacket has closed tears 50, 18,12, 5, mm with concomitant creasing; chips 40×10, 28x4mm. Coffee Table Book 205pp full page colour photos with captions and minimal text. Pages lightly yellowing.