A Locust, a Tsetse-fly and a Mosquito meet to boast of the harm each could do to Man. Write an imaginary argument for each.
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Yen, A. (1951). A Locust, a Tsetse-fly and a Mosquito meet to boast of the harm each could do to Man. Write an imaginary argument for each.. [Manuscript]. http://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/229888
Essay entered under category B; winner of Sir Alwyn Ezra prize
Essays were submitted by school children in three categories, according to their age. Category A for children aged sixteen and over, category B for those aged fourteen to sixteen, and category C for those aged less than fourteen years old. Each age group was assigned a different essay title.
Handwritten 10-page essay
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