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Review of ‘Hope Is Our Only Wing’

In 2008, Zimbabwe is in transition, and politics permeate the everyday lives of its people. Students attend class without their teachers, who are protesting and striking. Business people face rapid declines in profits. Landowners who benefitted from the land-reform program of 2005 defend the land redistribution.

Fifteen-year-old Shamiso is grieving the loss of her father,…

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