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Sweet and Sour Milk by Nuruddin Farah

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Also by Nuruddin Farah:

North of Dawn, December 2018
Hardcover
Hiding In Plain Sight, November 2014
Hardcover
Crossbones, September 2011
Hardcover
Knots, February 2007
Hardcover
Sweet and Sour Milk, August 2006
Trade Size (reprint)
Links, April 2005
Trade Size (reprint)
Secrets, June 2001
Hardcover
Maps, November 2000
Trade Size (reprint)
Gifts, November 2000
Trade Size

Sweet and Sour Milk
Nuruddin Farah

Variations on the Theme of An African Dictatorship

Graywolf Press
August 2006
On Sale: August 22, 2006
256 pages
ISBN: 1555971598
EAN: 9781555971595
Trade Size (reprint)
$14.00
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The first novel in Farah's universally acclaimed Variations on the Theme of an African Dictatorship trilogy, Sweet and Sour Milk chronicles one man's search for the reasons behind his twin brother's violent death during the 1970s. The atmosphere of political tyranny and repression reduces our hero's quest to a passive and fatalistic level; his search for reasons and answers ultimately becomes a search for meaning. The often detective-story-like narrative of this novel thus moves on a primarily interior plane as "Farah takes us deep into territory he has charted and mapped and made uniquely his own" (Chinua Achebe).

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