Rwanda: A Fascinating Story of Man and Gorilla
by Edwin S. Munger
Publisher: Thompson-Shore Inc 1995
Number of pages: 188
The theme of this novella is the narrowing of the distance between humans and our close cousins that has taken place since the 1920s. This is a story about a remarkable man in the Mountains of the Moon in Rwanda. The author is a world-recognized authority on Africa.
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