Reading Ethiopia Through Russian Eyes: Political and Racial Sentiments in the Travel Writings of Alexander Bulatovich, 1896–1898

@article{Mirzeler2005ReadingET,
  title={Reading Ethiopia Through Russian Eyes: Political and Racial Sentiments in the Travel Writings of Alexander Bulatovich, 1896–1898},
  author={Mustafa Kemal Mirzeler},
  journal={History in Africa},
  year={2005},
  volume={32},
  pages={281 - 294}
}
  • M. Mirzeler
  • Published 4 October 2005
  • History
  • History in Africa
It is hard to imagine so many contrasts united in one person, as are united in the Abyssinian character. Their character is like the nature around them-where precipices, cliffs, mountains and plains alternate among one another, and cold is mixed with tropical heat. If I allow myself a rather free comparison, this is how I would characterize the Abyssinian. He is talented and receptive, like a Frenchman. With his practicality, with the way he deals with those he has conquered and his… 
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