Published August 1, 2006
by BiblioBazaar .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||366|
The Ivory Trail book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Talbot Mundy (), born William Lancaster Gribbon, was an Eng /5. Title: Ivory Trail. Catalogue Number: Format: BOOK. Missing Information?.Seller Rating: % positive. © Ivory Trail Safaris Back to Top. The story of the king of the ivory poachers, Bvekenya, the greatest of all poachers and his wild companions who followed the ivory trail, as told by himself to T V Bulpin. Illustrated end papers. Previous owner's name on front free end page together with a small bookseller label.
The Ivory Trail was Talbot Mundy’s fifth novel and his most widely reviewed book up until that time. It was serialized in Adventure magazine in early under the title On the Trail of Tipoo Tib and then published in book form by Bobbs-Merrill later that : John E. Boyle. "The Ivory Trail" by Talbot Mundy. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Bvekenya’s life and exploits as a poacher, blackbirder, outdoorsman and perhaps surprisingly for some, a conservationist, were described somewhat romantically by T.V. Bulpin in his book “The Ivory Trail”. Whilst Bulpin’s book is authoritative, we at African Hunting Magazine were indeed fortunate and privileged to talk to one of Bvekenya. The Ivory Trail, Mundy, Talbot (William Lancaster Gribbon), McKinlay, Stone, and MacKenzie/Bobbs Merrill, New York, , p, hc no dj, boards bumped/scuffed/spine skin tear, text clean, solid binding, bookplate inside front board, name inscribed front fly
"The Ivory Trail" appears to relate to the idea of "journeys" on both a literal and metaphoric level. This book cover allows the viewer a brief preview of the novel. Techniques such as text, images, colour, focus and composition in frame convey the general meaning of the novel to the responder. This. The analysis of the front cover of Victor Keller’s novel, ‘The Ivory Trail’. The front cover depicts imaginative journeys as being mysterious paths of limitless possibilities in reference to the human mind. It is portrayed as a collage of multi-faced images which indicates that the journeys ahead can be complex and intricate (complicated, difficult). Get this from a library! The ivory trail. [Victor Kelleher] -- "My name is Jamie Hassan and I'm a channeller. That's someone who contacts the spirits of the dead, someone who opens their heart and mind and lets the dead speak through them. It can be a good or a. Ivory Trail, Paperback by Bulpin, T. V., ISBN , ISBN , Brand New, Free shipping in the US In this volume, first published in , the late Bulpin, an author, relates the experiences of Cecil Bernard "Bvekenya" (1) as a hunter, ivory .