Paradise by Abdulrazak Gurnah
Sold by his father in repayment of a debt, twelve-year-old Yusuf is thrown from his simple rural life into the complexities of pre-colonial urban East Africa. Through Yusuf’s eyes, Gurnah depicts communities at war, trading safaris gone awry, and the universal trials of adolescence.
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