New Territories: Story of an African fracas

19 April 2016 - 02:25 By Tymon Smith

After 25 years covering Africa for a variety of publications, British journalist Michela Wrong, known for the three non-fiction books she's written about the continent, has ventured into fiction with Borderlines.In The Footsteps of Mr Kurtz (2001), I Didn't Do it For You: How the World Betrayed a Small African Nation (2004) and It's Our Turn to Eat (2009) established her as one of the foremost narrative non-fiction writers about the continent and its search for identity in the post-independence ...

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