Language: Afrikaans. A story about the human inhabitants of the Kalahari. After being orphan, Skankwan began a life of a nomad, eventually taking revenge for the murder of his father. Of cultural importance is the lifestyle and nature of the San and the wildlife they hunt. Includes chapters on the ceremonies, namely customs with engagement and marriage of the San providing a better understanding of their lives. Received the Hertzogprys in 1933. Ex Libris stamp of previous owner on the fixed end paper. New end papers. Age-toningand foxing to front and rear prelims with scattered foxing throughout. Some light scattered pencil underlining. 27 Chapters. 124 Pages. 1st Edition. Condition: Good-. Binding: Hardcover. Recased. Illustrated cloth boards with some light grubby marks.
Publisher: J L Van Schaik
Date Published: 1930
Publication Place: Pretoria
First Edition: Yes
Binding: Hardcover. Recased. Illustrated cloth boards with some light grubby marks.