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The Awakening

There’s revolution in the capital. But will it touch the lives of Memnatu and the villagers of Salmaga, far away? A short story by Chris Brazier, inspired by people he came to know in Burkina Faso in 1985.

Filed in: Burkina Faso Fiction

Letters from Gandhi

What would Gandhi say today? Anthony Kelly and Jason MacLeod ask his spirit.

Filed in: Fiction Non-Violence

Mariamma's shame

The girl had done nothing wrong – but her caste and sex meant that she was going to be punished all the same. By Dalit writer Bama.

Filed in: Fiction India

Arrows Of Rain

Filed in: Africa Fiction Human Rights

  • October 5, 2001
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What's The Point Of Fiction?

Filed in: Fiction

  • October 5, 2001
  • 0

Princess Caucubú Goes Shopping

Filed in: Cuba Fiction

  • October 5, 2001
  • 0

The Book Of Shadows

Filed in: Fiction India

  • October 5, 2001
  • 0

Texaco

Filed in: Fiction

  • October 5, 2001
  • 0

Weeping Susannah

Filed in: Fiction Israel

  • October 5, 2001
  • 0

A Beautiful Balding

Filed in: Africa Fiction Women

  • August 5, 2000
  • 0

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