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Wouldst thou view the Lion's den? Search afar from haunts of men — Where the reed-encircled rill, Oozes from the rocky hill, By its verdure far descried 'Mid the desert brown and wide.
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Thomas Pringle was a Scottish writer, poet and abolitionist. Known as the father of South African poetry, he was the first successful English language poet and author to describe South Africa's scenery, native peoples, and living conditions.
Narrative of a residence in South Africa (1810)
African poems of Thomas Pringle
The poetical works of Thomas Pringle
Thomas Pringle in South Africa 1820-1826
Poems illustrative of South Africa
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