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The land without shadows

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University of Virginia Press , Charlottesville
StatementAbdourahman A. Waberi ; translated and with an introduction by Jeanne Garane.
SeriesCARAF books
ContributionsGarane, Jeanne, 1960-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPQ2683.A23 P3913 2005
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3395870M
ISBN 10081392507X, 0813925088
LC Control Number2005007875

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One of the first literary works to portray Djiboutians from their own point of view, The Land without Shadows is a collection of seventeen short stories. The author, Abdourahman A.

Waberi, one of a handful of francophone writers of fiction to have emerged in the twentieth century from the "confetti-sized state" of Djibouti, has already won international recognition and prizes in African literature for his Cited by: 1.

One of the first literary works to portray Djiboutians from their own point of view, The Land without Shadows is a collection of seventeen short stories. The author, Abdourahman A. Waberi, one of a handful of francophone writers of fiction to have emerged in the twentieth century from the "confetti-sized state" of Djibouti, has already won international recognition and prizes in African literature for his Cited by: 1.

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