Rwanda Means the Universe: A Native's Memoir of Blood and Bloodlines
Mushikiwabo is a Rwandan working as a translator in Washington when she learns that most of her family back home has been killed in a conspiracy meticulously planned by the state. First comes shock, then aftershock, three months of it, during which her worst fears are confirmed: The same state apparatus has duped millions of Rwandans into butchering nearly a million of their neighbors.
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Heartbreaking memoir of the Rwandan holocaust. Similar to Daniel Mendelsohn's The Lost because it takes an event that is usually looked at by the numbers (how many dead and how long) and makes it ... Přečíst celou recenzi
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The horrors that took much of the world by surprise in the early 1990s in the countries of Burundi and Rwanda still shock and confound. Why did Hutus fight Tutsis? What aims were they pursuing? Why ... Přečíst celou recenzi