Published 2004 by Heritage Books .
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The story of the Rev. Landon Cheek, his wife Rachel of the Yao, an African ethnic group and their descendants and their search for their African connections.5½x8½, paper, pp. D ISBN: : The Bones of My Ancestors () by Margaret Durham and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great Range: $15 - $ ‘In The Bones of The Ancestors Are Shaking, Russell Kaschula provides an ample introduction to the subject of oral poetry, both drawing on earlier accounts and presenting his own material, much of which has hitherto been unavailable in book form.
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Kaschula presents rich texts and translations of the Xhosa praise poetry for which southern Africa has long been famous, not only in the context of. Readers learn from these case studies how to write the true stories of their own ancestors.
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