Encompassing many different visions of Africa, the stories in this comprehensive collection feature characters struggling to survive grinding poverty, tyrannical governments, cultural upheavals, and disintegrating relationships. Reflecting a continent with a tragic history, An African Quilt depicts a place where even everyday life is extraordinary, and the continentas history changes what it means to be a woman, an employee, a couple, a passerby, and, of course, a citizen. Revealed through the backdrop of postcolonial Africa, the struggles within these stories resonate beyond their context and appeal to every readeras sense of what it means to be human. With Stories by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Nadine Gordimer (Winner of the Nobel Prize), Bessie Head, Doris Lessing (Winner of the Nobel Prize), Ngugi wa Thiongao, and Others24 Modern African Stories Barbara H. Solomon, W. Reginald Rampone Jr. ... Sometimes she is at a loss what to make of his attentions. ... He suddenly dips his hand into the pocket of his wellironed white kaftan and brings out a yellow paper.
|Title||:||An African Quilt|
|Author||:||Barbara H. Solomon, W. Reginald Rampone Jr.|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2012-12-31|