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Harvest of Thorns (African Writers Series)

£24.99

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Harvest of Thorns (African Writers Series)

Paperback 1st edition 1989

Good condition. With slight indentations on the cover.
There is no creasing on the spine and the pages are tightly bound with few marks.

Chinodya’s book, which won the Best Book category for the 1990 Commonwealth Writers Regional Prize, is a story about Zimbabwe’s transition from white domination to independence. The novel vividly portrays the liberation war’s effects on individuals and the scars left behind.

This book is highly commended that gives the reader an insight into the Zimbabwean war of independence and it leaves the reader with a feeling of hope and expectations of a better tomorrow.

Item details

Author(s):
Chinodya, Shimmer
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Paperback 1st edition 1989
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
9780435905828
Number of pages:
248
Publisher:
Heinemann
Title:
Harvest of Thorns (African Writers Series)

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Harvest of Thorns (African Writers Series)

Paperback 1st edition 1989

Good condition. With slight indentations on the cover.
There is no creasing on the spine and the pages are tightly bound with few marks.

Chinodya’s book, which won the Best Book category for the 1990 Commonwealth Writers Regional Prize, is a story about Zimbabwe’s transition from white domination to independence. The novel vividly portrays the liberation war’s effects on individuals and the scars left behind.

This book is highly commended that gives the reader an insight into the Zimbabwean war of independence and it leaves the reader with a feeling of hope and expectations of a better tomorrow.

Author(s):
Chinodya, Shimmer
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Paperback 1st edition 1989
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
9780435905828
Number of pages:
248
Publisher:
Heinemann
Title:
Harvest of Thorns (African Writers Series)

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