Bones

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Heinemann International, 1990 - Fiction - 113 pages
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The fight for freedom in Zimbabwe is hauntingly conveyed through the struggle of peasants and their difficulties in rebuilding life after independence. This is an extended prose poem, which won the 1989 Noma Award.

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I love the way this "story" lyrically portrays the horror that the people involved are facing. It is sort of written like an epic poem, describing the sadness and misery involved in war and revolution ... Read full review

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