Epistolary Fiction as a Conduit for Empathy: A Dialogue with Claudia Efemini

EPISTOLARY FICTION AS A CONDUIT FOR EMPATHY A DIALOGUE WITH CLAUDIA EFEMINI Claudia Efemini is the author of A Letter

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Unearthing the Stories of Families and their Histories: A Dialogue with Tsitsi Mapepa

UNEARTHING THE STORIES OF FAMILIES AND THEIR HISTORIES A DIALOGUE WITH TSITSI MAPEPA Tsitsi Mapepa is a Kiwi, Zimbabwean-born writer

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Centering History and Education in Fiction: A Dialogue with Leila Aboulela

CENTERING HISTORY AND EDUCATION IN FICTION A DIALOGUE WITH LEILA ABOULELA Leila Aboulela is an award-winning novelist whose work has

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The Historical Roots of a Landscape: A Dialogue with Bridget Pitt

THE HISTORICAL ROOTS OF A LANDSCAPE A DIALOGUE WITH BRIDGET PITT Bridget Pitt is a South African author and environmental activist

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The Exhumation of History: A Dialogue with Massocki Ma Massocki

THE EXHUMATION OF HISTORY A DIALOGUE WITH MASSOCKI MA MASSOCKI Massocki Ma Massocki is a Cameroonian freelance writer, author, speaker

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The Retrieval of Life After Trauma: A Dialogue with Abdulrazak Gurnah

THE RETRIEVAL OF LIFE AFTER TRAUMA A DIALOGUE WITH ABDULRAZAK GURNAH Abdulrazak Gurnah is the author of nine novels: Memory of Departure, Pilgrims

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Historical Fiction and the Documentation of Dreams in Young Adult Literature: A Dialogue with Ayesha Harruna Attah

HISTORICAL FICTION AND THE DOCUMENTATION OF DREAMS IN YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE A DIALOGUE WITH AYESHA HARRUNA ATTAH Ayesha Harruna Attah

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