That Which Has Horns

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Genesis Press, Incorporated, 2010 - Fiction - 362 pages
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'That Which Has Horns' is a romance about Priscilla, a young woman who tries to understand where she fits in the new Zimbabwe, a nation where there are two types of women. There are those who submit to the rule of the men and those who are trying to break free from limited options. Priscilla finds herself torn between a new day and the cultural bonds of the past. Whilst growing up resentful of a web of secrets that haunts her adolescence, she discovers that she has to begin her own cycle of secrets after the man she loves leaves her to pursue his education in England. Priscilla ends up living a life that many in the big city of Harare envy, but when the truth comes out there is uncertainty, danger and death. Relationships between mothers, daughters, fathers and husbands are explored in this tale, while painting a picture of a ruggedly beautiful country, devastated by economic hardships.

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