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Samuel Johnson

(1649—1703) Church of England clergyman and pamphleteer


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Samuel Johnson (1846–1901) embodied the diversity of thought that struggled to define Africa’s identity and future during the nineteenth century. In a career spanning more than thirty years as a ...

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