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May 26, 2013 Rogue Reader rated it really liked it
Shelves: mystery-africa
Surprisingly universal myths and legends, localized by race, culture and place. "Modern cautionary tales, grim and relevant, bizarre and irreverent, lay bare the soul of a society," says Kate Turkington in a blurb. Relates these to similar tellings with a nice explanation of how the researcher determines that a report is a myth or legend. There is nothing new under the sun - ha!

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Arthur Goldstuck is a South African journalist, media analyst and commentator on Information and Communications Technology, Internet and mobile communications and technologies. He grew up in Trompsburg, Free State, South Africa and resides in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Goldstuck led early research into the size of the Internet user population and the extent of Web commerce in South Africa, which e
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