Publisher: James Currey (December 12, 1991)
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Size: 8.2 MB
Downloadable formats: PDF
"Irene Staunton should have borrowed God's eyes for some time to get as shut as she did to the heartbeat of a narrative so human that its heat is sort of visibly glowing." -- Weekly Mail"Together, those tales are a strong and eloquent tribute to the ache and triumph of the Zimbabwean liberation struggle." -- Choice"These are inspiring tales of resilience and braveness in situations too scary for many Western readers even to start to imagine." -- The Women's overview of Books"This ebook offers a distinct point of view at the lifestyle of ladies in war... " -- WLW JournalThese first-hand bills from thirty girls without delay laid low with the Zimbabwean liberation battle depict braveness, patience, soreness, and a unique type of fight. They show as a lot concerning the people's real expectancies of independence as they do approximately their post-independence delights and disappointments.