Our Kind of People: A Continent's Challenge, A Country's Hope

Our Kind of People: A Continent's Challenge, A Country's Hope

In 2005, Uzodinma Iweala stunned readers and critics alike with Beasts of No Nation, his debut novel about child soldiers in West Africa. Now his return to his native continent has produced Our Kind of People, a nonfiction account of the AIDS crisis that is every bit as startling and original.

Iweala embarks on a remarkable journey in his native Nigeria, meeting individuals and communities that are struggling daily to understand both the impact and meaning of the… (more)

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Our Kind of People proves a disappointing switch to non-fiction. While Iweala poses many pertinent questions about Aids and Africa, most notably the way this relationship is defined from outside, he fails to provide answers beyond the anecdotal.


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Publisher: Harper (July 10, 2012)

Parent ISBN: 9780061284908

Page count: 240 pages

File size: 1.3 MB

Language: English


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