The Lost Soul of Africa: The Reconstruction of the Tikar Empire Through Its Art
Atlanta: Association of Black Cardiologists, 1996.
Paperback. 10" X 8". 96pp. Mild rubbing, creasing, and shelf wear to covers, corners, and edges of pictorial paper wraps. Light rippling to some pages. Pages are clean and unmarked. Binding is sound.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
African history is told orally, with its art, as well as with other symbols and objects that were created in the past. Tikar pieces were created as memorials and can be seen by the trained eye as historical records. When all is said and done, as with Egypt, Mexico, Turkey, Rome or China, art is the enduring feature that gives us a glimpse of our past.(Excerpt from Text). Good. Item #12033