Reflections from a black-eyed squint

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Longman, 2000 - Fiction - 134 pages
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Review: Our Sister Killjoy

User Review  - Vera - Goodreads

Amazing how the narrative perspective in this 1977 prose poem is still a strikingly unusual and pertinent commentary on the African encounter with the West on European soil. A very well-written postcolonial text. Read full review

Review: Our Sister Killjoy

User Review  - Nina - Goodreads

I suppose this could be described as a novel-in-stories and partly in verse. It's a beautifully written story about black bodies in foreign (read: cold, white) spaces. I was particularly excited to ... Read full review

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