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Because he would not write his own life story, the author presents this biography on the White Monk of Timbuctoo. The legendary White Monk of Timbuctoo, also known as Yakouba, was a renegade monk and renegade priest in the technical sense in that he unfrocked himself many years ago. He was an intriguing individual, married a black woman and begot thirty children. The autho ...more
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