Green Hills of Africa - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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"Pursuit as Happiness" The author and his party (including Garrick and M'Cola) drive into new country that the author says is the most beautiful part of Africa he's seen so far, adding that seems to be almost completely un-traveled and un-hunted. At one point he and the party encounter a group of Masai tribesmen. Eventually the party leaves what has passed for a trail and drives across an open plain, but find further progress blocked by a river. As they're working out how to cross, they're joined by an elderly native (nicknamed "The Roman" by the author because of his almost Caucasian appearance), who guides them to both a crossing place and a site where they can camp. After crossing the river and making camp, the author insists on going out for a quick hunt in the last of the light. After fortifying himself with...

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