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The book documents the ‘stories’ of 28 people from across Africa of how they became infected with HIV and their lives afte...

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Critics have lauded this book as one of the greatest novels of the late 20th century. Set in Bombay (now Mumbai) the novel addresses India's...

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This book is a love story told amid the backdrop of the world’s largest genocide in recent times. The Rwandan genocide took place over...

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Welcome to the polar bear capital of the world!’ Young Riley visits his uncle Max to experience yet another exciting ...

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‘Allah is not obliged to be fair about the things he does on earth.’ These are the words from the young boy in Ahmadou Kourouma&...

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Set in South Africa during the apartheid regime, this novel is about the beginning of a young white woman's political consciousness....

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The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) in South Africa oversaw three committees dealing with human rights violations, reparations and...

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This Booker Prize winning novel set in post-apartheid South Africa, is about redemption, the shift in political power and the problems cause...

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The 17-year-old Fauziya Kassindja made headlines in 1996 when she was the first female to be granted asylum in the US on the grounds of her ...

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Alexander Fuller's much-talked-about memoir records her childhood in war-torn Africa, with a focus on the difficult relationships between se...

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