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Sentence of the Sentury

In my early twenties, while attending a workshop on “Teaching About Africa”, I was introduced to African literature which has enriched my life unmeasurably. My current exercise in seeing the world through African lenses is… 479 more words

Writing

Book Review: We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo

Title: We Need New Names
Author: NoViolet Bulawayo
Published: 2013
Genre: Adult Literary Fiction

Synopsis: Darling is only ten years old, and yet she must navigate a fragile and violent world. 657 more words

Book Reviews

A BIRTHDAY NIGHT OUT @ SOAS WITH THE CAINE PRIZE NOMINEES...

A BIRTHDAY NIGHT OUT @ SOAS WITH THE CAINE PRIZE FOR AFRICAN WRITING NOMINEES…

What a splendid way to spend your birthday – taking in a few readings and a discussion with five nominees from this year’s Caine Prize for African Writing. 592 more words

Deep Stuff

One great novel, six original scripts

Originally published by Cue
Yasthiel Devraj, Cue student reporter

NoViolet Bulawayo’s debut novel, We Need New Names, forms the springboard for Twist Theatre Development Project’s 2016 novel-script project. 186 more words

NoViolet Bulawayo

Excerpt

When I’m not cleaning the toilets or bagging groceries, I’m bent over a big cart like this, sorting out bottles and cans with names like Faygo, Pepsi, Dr Pepper, 7- Up, root beer, Miller, Budweiser, Heineken.

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Book Review

We Need New Names (2013) by NoViolet Bulawayo

“We can see, in the eyes of the adults, the rage. It is quiet but it is there. Still, what is rage when it is kept in like a heart, like blood, when you do not do anything with it, when you do not use it to hit or even yell?

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Final Thoughts/reviews

April Bloom, Book Cases and Music

Okay, cheers of the new month. Since the last update for March, between you and I, I have not finished reading James Marlon’s ‘ 517 more words

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