Romeo and Juliet
Table of Contents
The narrator (Karen Blixen, Baroness Blixen)
Themes, Motifs, and Symbols
Book One, Kamante and Lulu: "The Ngong Farm" and "A Native Child"
Book One, Kamante and Lulu: From "The Savage in the Immigrant's House" to "A Gazelle"
Book Two, A Shooting Accident on the Farm: "The Shooting Accident" to "Riding in the Reserve"
Book Two, A Shooting Accident on the Farm: From "Wamai" to "A Kikuyu Chief"
Book Three, Visitors to the Farm: From ""Big Dances" to "Old Knudsen"
Book Three, Visitors to the Farm: From "A Fugitive Rests on the Farm" to "Wings"
Book Four, From an Immigrant's Notebook: From "The Wild Came to the Aid of the Wild" to "Of the Millennium"
Book Four, From an Immigrant's Notebook: From "Kitosch's Story" to "The Parrot"
Book Four, From an Immigrant's Notebook: From "Of Natives and History" to "The Parrot"
Book Four, Farewell to the Farm: From "Hard Times" to "The Death of Kinanjui"
Book Four, Farewell to the Farm: From "Farah and I Sell Out" to "Farewell"
Important Quotations Explained
Study Questions and Suggested Essay Topics
Suggestions for Further Reading
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