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The Herdsman's Daughter

by Bernard Chahilu

Rebecca deceives herself that she is a sophisticated modern woman. Her story is a portrait of her evolution in a society standing on the threshold of change. She desperately seeks self-discovery in a society often suspicious of and sometimes outrightly hostile towards a girl who enjoys the benefits of modern western education, perceiving her as spoilt and a bad influence on the younger generation. Yet elements of this very society do not hesitate to take advantage of her youthful naivety.

ISBN 9789966466808 | 232 pages | 203 x 127 mm | 1974 | East African Educational Publishers, Kenya | Paperback




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