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Waiting at the Paris airport, two immigrants from Djibouti reveal parallel stories of war, child soldiers, arms trafficking, drugs, and hunger. Bashir is recently discharged from the army and wounded, finding himself inside the French Embassy. Harbi, whose wife, Alice, has been killed by the police, is there too—arrested earlier as a political suspect. An embassy official mistakes Bashir for Harbi's son, and as Harbi does not deny it, both will be exiled to France, Alice's home country. This brilliantly shrewd and cynical universal chronicle of war and exile, translated into English for the first time, amounts to a lyrical and reflective history of Djibouti and its tortuous politics, crippled economy, and devastated moral landscape.
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ISBN-13: 9780253006899
ISBN-10: 0253006899
Pagini: 160
Dimensiuni: 140 x 213 x 15 mm
Greutate: 0.23 kg
Editura: Indiana University Press
Seria Global African Voices


Recenzii

"... the rebellious Abdourahman Waberi." J. M. G. Le Clézio, Winner of the 2008 Nobel Prize for Literature

"Through Bashir's simple, direct observations, we see a country rife with corruption and hopelessness. Despite the horrors he recounts, his chapters are funny." —NUVO


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Abdourahman A. Waberi is a novelist, essayist, poet, teacher, and short-story writer. Born in Djibouti, he now lives and writes in France. He is author of The Land without Shadows, In the United States of Africa, and Passage des larmes. Winner of the Stefan-Georg-Preis, the Grand prix litteraire d'Afrique noire, and the Prix biennal "Mandat pour la liberte," he was chosen one of the "50 Writers of the Future" by the French literary magazine Lire.David Ball and Nicole Ball have previously translated Waberi s novel In the United States of Africa."

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