Silent Cry

Silent Cry

Echoes of Young Zimbabwe Voices

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Silent Cry: Echoes of Young Zimbabwe Voices is a book of twenty-eight stories and fourteen poems, written by thirty-three young people from Zimbabwe's second city, Bulawayo. The pieces cover many issues, including family, gender, relationships, race, alienation, disability, HIV/AIDS, border jumping and the struggle to survive in Zimbabwe.
Publisher: Bulawayo : 'amaBooks, 2009.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (108 pages)
Additional Contributors: Nyathi, Butholezwe

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