Akiki Nyabongo's account of the lives of people in a remote African village answers many questions about the intelligent and complicated existence of the people there. The biographical story told in a fictional fashion reveals some of the beliefs of the nation to which he belongs. Fascinating were the anecdotes concerning attempts by Europeans to evangelize the locals and their captivating conversations. These stories revealed a far more intelligent systems of beliefs than most are aware.
The author was adept at conveying both European and African beliefs objectively. Anyone reading this would find history confirmed concerning both the validity of each in their attempts to understand each others religious and cultural beliefs.
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