Alexandra Fuller
In conversation with Louise Steinman
September 15, 2011

In this sequel to Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight, Alexandra Fuller returns to Africa and her unforgettable family in a multilayered narrative that contrasts the perfectly lit, Happy Valley-era Africa of her mother’s childhood and the darker, civil war-torn Africa of her own.

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