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.
|dc.description||Essay entered under category B; winner of 1st prize||en_GB|
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|dc.format||Handwritten 22-page essay||en_GB|
|dc.publisher||Cambridge University Library : Royal Commonwealth Society Collections||en_GB|
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|dc.title||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.||en_GB|
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