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An Unusual Grief by Yewande Omotoso (Cassava Republic)
An Unusual Grief by Yewande Omotoso (Cassava Republic)

BOOK: An Unusual Grief by Yewande Omotoso (Cassava Republic).

In her third novel, Yewande Omotoso, who will discuss her work at the Franschhoek Literary Festival next month, explores the way a mother’s grief leads to the revelation of awkward secrets, and how it can lead to a rediscovery of the creative self.

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