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Blantyre and Yao Women

by Rosemary Argente

This highly sympathetic and deeply personal account of Malawi's experience of colonialism has particular poignancy as it is written from the marginal perspective of a mixed-race child in a race-conscious society. The author also has a keen eye for the Scottish dimension in Malawi's story. Historically revealing, politically provocative, and humanly intriguing, this book will be a rewarding read for anyone seeking a better understanding of the people who made Malawi the country it is today.

ISBN 9789996060120 | 376 pages | 244 x 170 mm | 2018 | Mzuni Press, Malawi | Paperback




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