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" I fancy this occasional contact with the African continent under our feet will become so common an occurrence that we shall soon pay little heed to it. "
Egyptian Days - Page 186
by Philip Sanford Marden - 1912 - 329 pages
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Consuming Tradition, Manufacturing Heritage: Global Norms and Urban Forms in ...

Nezar AlSayyad, Professor and Chair Center for Middle Eastern Studies Nezar Alsayyad - 2001 - 310 pages
...steamers could still run aground at some times of the year; but this was now frequently treated as a lark. 'I fancy this occasional contact with the African...under our feet will become so common an occurrence,' Marden continued, 'that we shall soon pay little heed to it.'"' Indeed, colonial modernity's power...
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