Men of Men Quotes

Wilbur Smith
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"'I do not think I can bear the flies and filth for another week.'" Section 1, Pg 19
Aletta to Zouga a short time after arriving at Coleberg kopje.

"'I'd bet a fiver to a pinch of giraffe dung that you know more about this country that any of us here.'" Section 2, Pg 52
Neville Pickering to Zouga after making a deal with him to exchange information for Zouga's tales of his travels.

"'Even this awful creature Gladstone has not been able to halt the march of Empire northwards through Africa.'" Section 3, Pg 133
C.J. Rhodes to Pickering and and others from the Digger's Committee.

"'We will probably never speak of it again, you and I, but know you that it will never be forgotten. I shall remember, Henshaw.'" Section 4 Pg 157
Bazo to Ralph as he gives him the name Henshaw, meaning Hawk in Matabele. Zouga was...

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