The Eternal Audience of One

Rémy Ngamije’s narrator, Séraphin, is an incisive, funny and keen social observer, so inside his head is a fine place to be.

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Review of ‘The Eternal Audience of One’

Rwandan-born Namibian writer and photographer Rémy Ngamije’s sharp-witted and incisive debut, The Eternal Audience of One, paints a revealing portrait of its peripatetic protagonist and the many places he’s called home.

Séraphin Turihamwe’s family fled Rwanda for Kenya in the midst of genocide and eventually landed in Namibia. Throughout Séraphin’s story, spanning many years and…

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