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"Mum won't kill snakes because she says they help to keep the rats down (but she rescued a nest of baby mice from the barns and left them to grown in my cupboard, where they are holes in the family's winter jerseys)."
p. 4

"When they saw that the Europeans were the kind of guests who slept with your wife, enslaved your children, and stole your cattle, they saw that they needed sharp spears and young men who knew how to use them. The war drums were brought out from dark corners and dusted off and the old men who knew how to beat the war drums, who knew which rhythms would pump the fighting blood of the young men, were told to start beating the drums."
p. 26

"Some Africans believe that if our baby dies, you must bury it far away from your house, wit proper magic and...

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