Can We Talk and Other Stories
A collection of Zimbabwean stories following the transition from childhood to adult life. Youthful desires for prosperity, love and a purpose in life are undermined as the characters grow up, reflecting the decline in post-independence Zimbabwe.
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THE MAN WHO HANGED HIMSELF
GOING TO SEE MR B V
BROTHERS AND SISTERS
PLAY YOUR CARDS
CAN WE TALK
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