Season of Migration to the North

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Heinemann, 1969 - Business & Economics - 169 pages
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This novel started out slowly and gradually became mind boggling! The author manages to convey the downside of colonialization and one culture being sdueced by the exotic in anither culture, and then ... Read full review

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User Review  - csweder - LibraryThing

If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all. ... So, all I will say is that if it takes me MONTHS to get through a 169 page book....well, then there's something wrong. Read full review

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TAYEB SALIH was born in the Northern Province of the Sudan in 1929 and studied at Khartoum and London Universities. Coming from a background of small farmers and religious teachers, his original intention was to work in agriculture. Except, however, for a brief spell as a school master before coming to England, his working life has been in broadcasting and he has been Head of Drama in the B.B.C.'s Arabic Service.

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