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By Nina Newington
tales are layered upon tales: Anna's grandmother tells tales approximately lifestyles as a white lady at the Gold Coast; the clairvoyant and closeted "Aunt" Elsie provides Anna a narrative of transformation to carry onto within the coming tumult of formative years. but Where Bones Dance additionally spirals right down to the tales that aren't told—sexual abuse, the parable of benign colonialism, the chaos of postcolonial Africa. Sensual and fantastical by means of turns, this relocating, humorous, immensely readable publication can provide an knowing of the interaction of sexuality, gender, race, and warfare that's subtle past the years of its intrepid narrator.
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