This riveting text describes what happens in societies under outside pressure. One’s hair stands on end reading this well-paced novel which captures the life of a small kingdom in Lesotho during the British Protectorate. The dichotomies between justice and injustice, educated and uneducated people all focus on one central idea: the savage disruption of deculturation. The translator is prof Johan Lenake.
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