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Carolyn Ueda

Carolyn Ueda reviews 'African Laughter' by Doris Lessing

May 1993, no. 150 01 May 1993
After twenty-five years of political exile, Doris Lessing returns to her homeland – once Southern Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe – following the 1980 Marxist revolution. African Laughter documents four visits spanning the first decade of black majority rule, providing an intimate view of the birth, progress, and growing pains of a comparatively successful modern African nation. African Laughter also c ... (read more)