Mining the Memory of Trial and Triumph: A Review of Dawit Habte’s Gratitude in Low Voices

BY EMEKA ANIAGOLU I have not had the privilege and pleasure of reading much of any literature by authors from Ethiopia or Eritrea, who have penned works of fiction, non-fiction, autobiographical or polemical essays. More often than not, when one comes across African authors of literary consequence, they are typically Nigerian, sometimes Ghanaian, Southern African […]

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