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message 1: by Elatsoe Stan (new)

Elatsoe Stan | 30 comments Just read Tsitsi Dangarembga's "Nervous Conditions." The protagonist is a young female, so I think this book works well even with younger people, assuming they are sensitive enough to deal with some of the more difficult topics.

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message 2: by Pauline (new)

Pauline McGonagle (paulinemc) | 21 comments

message 3: by Pauline (new)

Pauline McGonagle (paulinemc) | 21 comments The House of Hunger
Dambudzo Marechera's books.'House of Hunger' famous one.

message 4: by Pauline (new)

Pauline McGonagle (paulinemc) | 21 comments Chenjerai Hove's 'Bones'Bones

message 5: by Carol (new)

Carol (zhelicarol) An Elegy for Easterly Stories is a collection of short stories - they are all great!

message 6: by Kunyalala (new)

Kunyalala | 2 comments harare north by brian chikwava

scrapion blues
black sunlight both by dambudzo marachera

message 7: by Kirstie (new)

Kirstie Peden | 7 comments The Boy Next Door: A Novel by Irene Sabatini.

message 8: by Rachel (new)

Rachel (mimbza) | 16 comments House of Stone by Novuyo Rosa Tshuma House of Stone by Zimbabwean author Novuyo Rosa Tshuma is an award-winning novel covering the history around the decades of the formation of Zimbabwe as a new nation, in particular the Gukurahundi massacres which followed. ⭐⭐⭐ here is my review

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