Standard Name: Park, Mungo
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|Intertextuality and Influence||A. S. Byatt||
Here the first-person male narrator, a tiny dwarf-like man named Phineas Gilbert Nanson, on impulse abandons his work towards a PhD in English (Byatt skewers a gallery of predictably eccentric and pretentious academics), rejecting poststructural...
|Intertextuality and Influence||Dervla Murphy||
This time the background books taken on the journey included Mungo Park 's Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa, 1799, and Mary Kingsley 's Travels in West Africa, 1897. DM renders eloquently...
The explorer Mungo Park , abandoned and anxious on the banks of the Niger River in what is now Mali, was taken in, housed and fed by African village women, who composed and sang...
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