Dust from Our Eyes: An Unblinkered Look at Africa

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Wolsak and Wynn, 2008 - Political Science - 429 pages
Part memoir, part adventure tale, part policial thriller - a compelling read that dissolves stereotypes and exposes paradoxes about Africa.

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User Review  - Phil-James - LibraryThing

Unfortunately the packaging doesn't convey the interesting and lively quality of the writing inside. Joan Baxter has a rhythm in her writing that goes from personal anecdote to investigative reporting ... Read full review

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For most people their vision of Africa is based on coverage of news events and television ads for orphaned children. This means Africa is seen as a continent of dictators stuffing their pockets ... Read full review


Breaking the heartshaped continent
No longer ourselves

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Joan is a freelance writer.

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