We Are All Zimbabweans Now is a political thriller set in Zimbabwe in the hopeful, early days of Robert Mugabeas rise to power in the late 1980s. When Ben Dabney, a Wisconsin graduate student, arrives in the country, he is enamored with Mugabe and the promises of his governmentas model of racial reconciliation. But as Ben begins his research and delves more deeply into his heroas life, he finds fatal flaws. Ultimately Ben reconsiders not only his understanding of Mugabe, but his own professional and personal life. James Kilgore brings an authentic voice to a work of youthful hope, disillusionment, and unsettling resolution.Hea#39;s proudly mounted his 1976 certificate from the a#39;Westchester School of Watch Repaira#39; in a well-worn plastic cover. I pick up ... a#39;I cana#39;t take less than fifteen for such a masterpiece. A man offered me fourteen yesterday and I refused.a#39; a#39;I guess anbsp;...
|Title||:||We Are All Zimbabweans Now|
|Publisher||:||Ohio University Press - 2011-09-12|