Your Name Shall be Tanga

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Pearson Education, 1996 - Fiction - 137 pages
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In a prison cell two women meet, thrown together by injustice and violence. One is labelled mad, the other a counterfeiter. One is of French-Jewish origin, the other African. One is old, the other young. Yet they are both hoping for love and as prison life deteriorates, they grow closer.

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
18
Section 3
32
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CALIXTHE BEYALA, born in Cameroon, is the author of Loukoum, The Sun Hath Looked Upon Me and Your Name Shall Be Tanga.

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