Isle of Cloves

  • Title: Isle of Cloves
  • Author: F.D. Ommanney
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Isle of Cloves Dr Ommanney was sent to Zanzibar by the Colonial Office to improve the local methods of fishing but this book is concerned with what he saw and experienced on land His evocation of the atmosphere of
    Dr Ommanney was sent to Zanzibar by the Colonial Office to improve the local methods of fishing, but this book is concerned with what he saw and experienced on land His evocation of the atmosphere of this beautiful coast and the islands, his account of he history and slave trading, his observations on Islam with its various sects and feasts, his visit to a leper coloDr Ommanney was sent to Zanzibar by the Colonial Office to improve the local methods of fishing, but this book is concerned with what he saw and experienced on land His evocation of the atmosphere of this beautiful coast and the islands, his account of he history and slave trading, his observations on Islam with its various sects and feasts, his visit to a leper colony on the island of Pemba, and not least the harassing vicissitudes of his domestic affairs, make a book which is as enjoyable and rewarding as any he has written.

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    1. "In the Indian shops you can buy a narrow selection of curtain materials and chair covers which startle and amaze, but few which uplift the soul."This is basically a blog from 1952. Ommanney was stationed in Zanzibar in the early 50's, doing something about improving fishing. The one chapter he dedicates to this gives a very strong impression that no one involved had the faintest idea what they were doing. It involves statements like "but the French had made it seem very easy." There's some hist [...]

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    2. Brilliant 1955 history and travelogue of Zanzibar by a British writer who spent his life traveling the world; shows a colonial world hanging on in the 1950s that no longer exists. This book had not been checked out of the New York Mills Public Library since 1967.

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