5 edition of Jambula Tree and Other Stories found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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The 2008 judges included Jude Kelly, the artistic director of the Southbank Centre; Mark McMorris, a Jamaican poet and a professor of English; Hisham Matar, the Libyan author of In the Country of Men; Hannah Pool, an Eritrean-born journalist for the Guardian; and Jonty Driver, a South African poet, novelist, and lecturer. Sell twenty-four copies of dross. I think you are funny. I hardly need explain that this theme means that Arac de Nyeko has herself crossed a line that, these days, runs deeper in Kampala than in Kensington.
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I am the king of the universe. The stories in Jambula Tree are all at once educational, inspirational and beautifully written, with moving prose that is inspiring. I felt fancy but dirty.
However, I urge Mona to think deeply about the kernel of the true African culture of story telling from which we all emerged.
The stories in Jambula Tree are all at once educational, inspirational and beautifully written, with moving prose that is inspiring.