|NOMBRE DEL ARCHIVO||The Dust Diaries.pdf|
|TAMAÑO DEL ARCHIVO||10,33 MB|
A few years ago, Owen Sheers stumbled upon a dusty book in his father's study by the extraordinary Arthur Cripps, part-time lyric poet and full-time unorthodox missionary, who served in Rhodesia for 50 years from 1902. Sheer's discovery prompts a quest into colonial Africa at the turn of the century, by way of war, a doomed love affair and friction with authorities. His personal journey into the contemporary heart of darkness that is Mugabe's Zimbabwe finds more than Cripps' legacy - Sheers finds a land characterized by terror and fear and blighted by the land reform policies that Cripps himself anticipated.
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The Dust Diaries Sunday February 1, 2004. The Independent on Sunday The poet Owen Sheers went to Zimbabwe in pursuit of his missionary kinsman. Cole Moreton follows the trail through a hundred years of forgotten memories. The African King Friday February 6, 2004. The Independent