Riders of the Wind

Calvi, a native of Nantes, journeys to Africa. “Through Riders of the Wind run two haunting themes – the legend of the white mare … Into which fate draws Calvi; and the wind – the gentle wind of the river and the tormenting, tormented wind of the desert.”

Publishing history
As Les Cavaliers du Vent, Editions Magnards, Paris, illus J de la Fontinelle, 207 pp.
As Riders of the Wind, Methuen, London, 1960. Trans George H Bell, illus Richard Kennedy.
Rand McNally, Chicago, 1961, trans George H Bell, 174 pp.
White Lion, London, 1975, 190 pp.

Calvi, a native of Nantes, journeys to Africa. “Through Riders of the Wind run two haunting themes – the legend of the white mare … Into which fate draws Calvi; and the wind – the gentle wind of the river and the tormenting, tormented wind of the desert.”

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René Guillot