Darkest Africa


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Darkest Africa

in European and American imaginations, a faraway land of no return. [Western Folklore: Misc.]
References in classic literature ?
Thus even in darkest Africa was the light of German civilization commencing to reflect itself upon the undeserving natives just as at the same period, the fall of 1914, it was shedding its glorious effulgence upon benighted Belgium.
David Cameron appeared to revel in the dastardly deeds of darkest Africa and be all set to send Biggles to sort them out.
Like Machu Picchu and 200-ton mushrooms there's a lot of stuff in deepest, darkest Africa that won't be discovered .
An interesting observation is that in these white enclaves in the middle of Darkest Africa, no-one ever gets on, and trying to do the dirty on your neighbour is common sport.
Or were books like Stanley's In Darkest Africa more influential, suggesting the centrality of Stanley himself, or Emin Pasha, or perhaps Barttelot?
Riding through the grounds of an English stately home in deepest, darkest Africa is an absorbing experience.
Whether it's a Caribbean paradise or a remote hut in darkest Africa, I've found a way to get online.
Henry Morton Stanley strikes the pose of the Great White Hunter in darkest Africa.
He may be undercover wearing an explorer's jungle hat but Bahrain's steak supremo has stepped out of darkest Africa and straight into a Lancashire hotpot
Indeed, Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness (1902), Edgar Rice Burroughs's Tarzan's Quest (1936) and the film Darkest Africa (1936), along with S.
Consequently, when a Henry Morton Stanley in 1871 found Dr Livingstone in darkest Africa it was naturally assumed locally that it was Howell Jones.
Despite the fact that I reside in deepest darkest Africa, the Internet has managed to connect us all globally, for better or for worse.