Every Man Is a Raceby Mia Couto
"A man's story is always badly told. That's because a person never stops being born. Nobody leads one sole life, we are all multiplied into different and ever-changeable men." So it is with all the stories in this collection, which never make a definitive judgment on the individual life, but only suggest its possibilities. Set in Mozambique, these stories also reflect the legacy of Portuguese colonialism and the tragedy of the subsequent civil war.
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