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If I had to stack Beneath the Lion’s Gaze on a shelf, I’d put it in the “historical fiction” category. The Ethiopian-American writer Maaza Mengiste’s first novel is more about history than story, more about facts than poetry, more about politics than love. 661 more words
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Region: North Africa ——– April 2014
Nadifa Mohamed was born in Hargeisa (now in the Republic of Somaliland) in 1981 and moved as a child to England in 1986, staying permanently when war broke out in Somalia. 172 more words
The capitalists of death
Never think they will die.
So is their perennial illusion, the Death Illusion.
I do not blame them for death is a coward. 103 more words