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Book ½ Hippos Hairpins and High Button Boots Travels in West Africa ¿ Eyltransferservices Ñ ➮ [Ebook] ➩ Hippos Hairpins and High Button Boots Travels in West Africa By Mary Kingsley ➺ – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Based on Travels in West Africa by Mary Based on Travels in West Africa by Mary Kingsley this is the account of a Victorian lady's journeys up the rivers of West Africa in the 1890s AUTHOR Mary Kingsley was born in 1862 She was trapped by the conventions of her time until her parents died but then with an income of £500 she was free to travel and in 1893 went to Africa Travelling alone in small steamers and native canoes which she learned to handle she went deep into the jungle learning about the spiritual lives of the African tribes and collecting specimens of fish for the British Museum Her books were popular funny and contentious and her views on missionaries were trenchant After publishing her first book Mary Kingsley returned to West Africa During the Boer War she worked in the military hospitals in South Africa where she died of typhus ADAPTER Nick McCarty has been a professional writer for forty years and has written for television shows such as Bergerac The Onedin Line The Six Wives of Henry VIII Z Cars and General Hospital He has also scripted award winning radio drama adaptations including A Tale of Two Cities Dan Dare Hard Times Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Dracula as well as many original plays for both the BBC and Commercial Radio READER Philippa Uruhart has been a member of The Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre She has worked extensively in Repertory Theatres across England and Scotland and has appeared in London's West End Her many TV credits include Lillian Cartland in Tenko and Miss Briggs in Vanity Fair for the BBC Films include Laughter In The Dark and Children Of Men Her one woman show The Turn Of The Screw adapted from the famous ghost story by Henry James continues to tour successfully across the UK and worldwide MUSIC The drums are played by children from the Kakua Primary School Sierra Leone

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Based on Travels in West Africa by Mary Kingsley this is the account of a Victorian lady's journeys up the rivers of West Africa in the 1890s AUTHOR Mary Kingsley was born in 1862 She was trapped by the conventions of her time until her parents died but then with an income of £500 she was free to travel and in 1893 went to Africa Travelling alone in small steamers and native canoes which she learned to handle she went deep into the jungle learning about the spiritual lives of the African tribes and collecting specimens of fish for the British Museum Her books were popular funny and contentious and her views on missionaries were trenchant After publishing her first book Mary Kingsley returned to West Africa During the Boer War she worked in the military hospitals in South Africa where she died of typhus ADAPTER Nick McCarty has been a professional writer for forty years and has written for television shows such as Bergerac The Onedin Line The Six Wives of Henry VIII Z Cars and General Hospital He has also scripted award winning radio drama adaptations including A Tale of Two Cities Dan Dare Hard Times Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Dracula as well as many original plays for both the BBC and Commercial Radio READER Philippa Uruhart has been a member of The Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre She has worked extensively in Repertory Theatres across England and Scotland and has appeared in London's West End Her many TV credits include Lillian Cartland in Tenko and Miss Briggs in Vanity Fair for the BBC Films include Laughter In The Dark and Children Of Men Her one woman show The Turn Of The Screw adapted from the famous ghost story by Henry James continues to tour successfully across the UK and worldwide MUSIC The drums are played by children from the Kakua Primary School Sierra Leone

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Hippos Hairpins and High Button Boots Travels in West AfricaBased on Travels in West Africa by Mary Kingsley this is the account of a Victorian lady's journeys up the rivers of West Africa in the 1890s AUTHOR Mary Kingsley was born in 1862 She was trapped by the conventions of her time until her parents died but then with an income of £500 she was free to travel and in 1893 went to Africa Travelling alone in small steamers and native canoes which she learned to handle she went deep into the jungle learning about the spiritual lives of the African tribes and collecting specimens of fish for the British Museum Her books were popular funny and contentious and her views on missionaries were trenchant After publishing her first book Mary Kingsley returned to West Africa During the Boer War she worked in the military hospitals in South Africa where she died of typhus ADAPTER Nick McCarty has been a professional writer for forty years and has written for television shows such as Bergerac The Onedin Line The Six Wives of Henry VIII Z Cars and General Hospital He has also scripted award winning radio drama adaptations including A Tale of Two Cities Dan Dare Hard Times Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Dracula as well as many original plays for both the BBC and Commercial Radio READER Philippa Uruhart has been a member of The Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre She has worked extensively in Repertory Theatres across England and Scotland and has appeared in London's West End Her many TV credits include Lillian Cartland in Tenko and Miss Briggs in Vanity Fair for the BBC Films include Laughter In The Dark and Children Of Men Her one woman show The Turn Of The Screw adapted from the famous ghost story by Henry James continues to tour successfully across the UK and worldwide MUSIC The drums are played by children from the Kakua Primary School Sierra Leone