March 2007
Nieman Reports;Spring2007, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p110
The article reports on a new book written by the author entitled "Mayafudi: Memories of an Elephant." According to the author, the book is an English adaptation of the book "Mayafudi." She mentioned that the book is about the eventful life of Mayafudi, an elephant bull. The author asserted that she has passion for nature. She asserted that the book is her instrument to convey her passion to the readers of her book. The author has written and edited eleven books. The author also mentioned that "Mayafudi: Memories of an Elephant" is already available in the market.


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