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These bones will rise again (Paperback / softback)

Product ID : 9781431427734
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These bones will rise again (Paperback / softback)

R 18700

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Jacana Media is delighted to announce a southern African rights agreement with Zimbabwean-born novelist, Panashe Chigumadzi, for her latest book, These Bones Will Rise Again. A timeous book, with Zimbabwe's elections taking place this same month, These Bones Will Rise Again responds to the November 2017 ousting of Robert Mugabe, exploring events leading up to the `coup not coup' that brought his 37-year rule to an end. Published in the UK in June 2018 by The Indigo Press, the long-form essay brings together bold reportage, memoir and critical analysis to radically reframe the political and cultural history of the country, recognising the role of women, workers and urban movements in its liberation struggle. In a searing account, These Bones Will Rise Again explores the heady post-independence days of the 1980s, the economic downturn of the 1990s, through to the effects of the fast-track land reform policies at the end of the century. Out of Zimbabwe's official versions of history, Chigumadzi wrests a complex and personal history of the past and present through intercession with two ancestral spirits - anti-colonial heroine Mbuya Nehanda, the founding ancestor of Zimbabwe's revolution, and her own beloved grandmother, who passed shortly before the de facto coup. This is an inspiring work exploring loss, recovery and memory that reminds us of the universal and timeless human impulse to freedom, a shared sense of belonging and the will to hope.

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9781431427734
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0.5 kg
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205mm(L) x 130mm(W) x 15mm(H)
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0.5 kg
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205mm(L) x 130mm(W) x 15mm(H)