Black and White

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Black and White

By Martin Flavin
Harper, 1950
332 pp. $4.00

After fleeting visits to a gold mine at Johannesburg and to a native chieftain in Bechuanaland, an American novelist and playwright takes us for the remainder of this engrossing travelogue to the Belgian Congo and Ruanda-Urundi. His comments on the inter-reaction of European and African cultures are candid and humane.

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