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The White Masai by Corinne Hofmann

Title The White Masai
Author Corinne Hofmann
Publisher Bliss Books
Release 2006
Category Interracial marriage
Total Pages 310
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Corinne Hofmann fell in love with a Masai warrior while on holiday in Kenya. After overcoming all sorts of obstacles, she moved into a tiny shack with him and his mother, and spent four years there. Slowly the dream crumbled, and she fled back home with her baby daughter. This is her story.

The White Masai by Corinne Hofmann

Title The White Masai
Author Corinne Hofmann
Publisher
Release 2010
Category Maasai (African people)
Total Pages 307
ISBN 9781442098800
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A former European entrepreneur recounts how she fell in love with Lketinga, a Masai warrior, while vacationing in Kenya and subsequently uprooted her life to move to the islated bush country of Africa.

The White Masai by Corinne Hofmann

Title The White Masai
Author Corinne Hofmann
Publisher
Release 2005
Category DVD collection
Total Pages 310
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Corinne Hofmann falls in love with a Masai warrior while on holiday in Kenya and marries him and settles there.

Reunion in Barsaloi by Corinne Hofmann

Title Reunion in Barsaloi
Author Corinne Hofmann
Publisher Bliss Books
Release 2006
Category Travel
Total Pages 162
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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In a sequel to her international bestseller "The White Masai," Corinne Hofmann continues her personal account of a white European woman in love with a Masai tribesman in remote Kenya. Fourteen years after fleeing with her baby daughter, Corinne returned to Kenya in the summer of 2004 to reunite with Lketinga and his family in their village, Barsaloi. Nervous and uncertain as to how he would react on seeing her again, she found to her relief that she was welcomed unreservedly by all who remembered her- Lktinga, who still thought of her as his number one wife; his brother James, now a schoolteacher; and especially Lketinga's mother, who had looked after Corinne with such care all those years before.

Great Expectations by Jonathan Skinner

Title Great Expectations
Author Jonathan Skinner
Publisher Berghahn Books
Release 2011-10-30
Category Social Science
Total Pages 232
ISBN 0857452789
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The negotiation of expectations in tourism is a complex and dynamic process – one that is central to the imagination of cultural difference. Expectations not only affect the lives and experiences of tourists, but also their hosts, and play an important part in the success or failure of the overall tourism experience. It is for this reason, the authors argue, that special attention should be given to how expectations constitute and sustain tourism. The case studies presented here explore what fuels the desires to visit particular places, to what degree expectations inform the experience of the place, and the frequent disjunctions between tourist expectations and experiences. Careful attention is paid to how the imagination of the visitor inspires the imagination of the host, and vice-versa; how tourists and host communities actively imagine, re-imagine, and shape each other's lives. This realization, has profound consequences, not solely for academic analysis, but for all those who participate in and work within the tourism industry.

Ethno erotic Economies by George Paul Meiu

Title Ethno erotic Economies
Author George Paul Meiu
Publisher University of Chicago Press
Release 2017-10-10
Category Social Science
Total Pages 304
ISBN 022649120X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ethno-erotic Economies explores a fascinating case of tourism focused on sex and culture in coastal Kenya, where young men deploy stereotypes of African warriors to help them establish transactional sexual relationships with European women. In bars and on beaches, young men deliberately cultivate their images as sexually potent African men to attract women, sometimes for a night, in other cases for long-term relationships. George Paul Meiu uses his deep familiarity with the communities these men come from to explore the long-term effects of markets of ethnic culture and sexuality on a wide range of aspects of life in rural Kenya, including kinship, ritual, gender, intimate affection, and conceptions of aging. What happens to these communities when young men return with such surprising wealth? And how do they use it to improve their social standing locally? By answering these questions, Ethno-erotic Economies offers a complex look at how intimacy and ethnicity come together to shape the pathways of global and local trade in the postcolonial world.

Title The White Spaces of Kenyan Settler Writing
Author Terrence L. Craig
Publisher BRILL
Release 2017-03-27
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 236
ISBN 9004346511
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

White Spaces lists and places in their historical contexts over 900 texts written by Whites in and about colonial Kenya.

Africa My Passion by Corinne Hofmann

Title Africa My Passion
Author Corinne Hofmann
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2014-01-15
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 154
ISBN 1909807648
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In an exquisite personal pilgrimage, Corinne Hofmann delves into the slums of Nairobi to uncover the heart-warming and heart-breaking stories of unforgettable people and places, then treks 500 miles across the Namibian desert to discover the lives of the nomadic Himba people. Joined by her half-Kenyan daughter, Napirai, they travel to Nairobi together for the first time to discover Napirai s roots and finally meet her father and half-siblings. Africa, My Passion is a poignant, touching and exciting story about one woman's love affair with a unique man, which led to a lifelong obsession with Africa. Moving, vividly recounted, eye-opening and, above all, filled with passionate hope and unparalleled detail, this is an extraordinary sequel to a bestselling series of memoirs.

Books and Travel by Dr. Jennifer Laing

Title Books and Travel
Author Dr. Jennifer Laing
Publisher Channel View Publications
Release 2012-07-20
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1845413504
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The books that we read, whether travel-focused or not, may influence the way in which we understand the process or experience of travel. This multidisciplinary work provides a critical analysis of the inspirational and transformational role that books play in travel imaginings. Does reading a book encourage us to think of travel as exotic, adventurous, transformative, dangerous or educative? Do different genres of books influence a reader's view of travel in multifarious ways? These questions are explored through a literary analysis of an eclectic selection of books spanning the period from the eighteenth century to the present day. Genres covered include historical fiction, children's books, westerns, science-fiction and crime fiction.

Back from Africa by Corinne Hofmann

Title Back from Africa
Author Corinne Hofmann
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2008-11-15
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 216
ISBN 1908129212
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Corinne Hofmann describes her return to Switzerland and the difficulties that faced her there, detailing how she built a new life for herself and her daughter and overcame all obstacles, with the same courage and optimism with which she faced the demands of her life in the Kenyan outback.

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