The Green Hills of Africa

The Green Hills of Africa

Hemingway, Ernest


Book ID 105

See also

Hemingway, Ernest The Green Hills of Africa, 1935

a green, pleasant country

It was a green, pleasant country with hills below the forest that grew thick on the side of the mountain, and it was cut by the valleys of several watercourses that came down out of the thick timber on the mountain. ... If you looked away from the forest and the mountain side you could follow the watercourses and the hilly slope of the land down until the land flattened and the grass was brown and burned and, away, across a long sweep of country, was the brown Rift Valley and the shine of Lake Manyara

Extract ID: 3698