Coloured Lights

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Polygon, 2001 - Great Britain - 149 pages
Coloured Lights is the first collection of short stories from award-winning writer, Leila Aboulela, whose first novel, The Translator, was published to great critical acclaim. One of the stories, 'The Museum', won the prestigious inaugural Caine Prize for African Writing.

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This was a mildly interesting, but superficial collection of short stories primarily about a variety of Sudanese girls and young women who have emigrated to the UK and Scotland. Included in this ... Read full review

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I started reding this in Gloria Jean's cafe in the Afra shopping mall in Khartoum and finnished it five days later in Failidos Castle in Gonder. Most of the stories are about migration between the ... Read full review

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Coloured Lights
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Visitors
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The Boy from the Kebab Shop
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