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Title Tell me, friends : contemporary stories and plays of Tanzania / by students and staff at the University of Dar es Salaam ; edited by Lilian Osaki and Lisa María B. Noudéhou.
Imprint Dar es Salaam : Mkuki na Nyota, 2009.
Edition 1st ed.

Subject Short stories, Tanzanian (English)
Tanzanian drama (English)
College students' writings, Tanzanian (English)
Alt Name Osaki, Lilian.
Noudéhou, Lisa María B.
Chuo Kikuu cha Dar es Salaam.
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 148 pages)
College students lcdgt
Tanzanians lcdgt
Edition 1st ed.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (page xiv).
Contents Short stories: Our man / Saida Yahya-Othman -- Window seat / Benjamin Branoff -- The concealed project / Zuhura Badru -- The total crisis / Simon Mlundi -- Testimony / Emmanuel Lema.
Plays: The monster / Anna Chikoti -- Love is / Kimberley McLeod -- A Tanzanian rooftop / Benjamin Branoff -- Judges on trial / Frowin Paul Nyoni -- The route to success / Yunus Ng'umbi -- The mop / Vicensia Shule.
Note Print version record.
Summary This third volume of Tell Me, Friends collects stories and plays written by students and staff at the University of Dar es Salaam between 2006 and 2008. The stories in the collection are: "Our Man" by Saida Yahya-Othman; "The Window Seat" by Benjamin Branoff; "The Concealed Project" by Zuhura Badru; "The Total Crisis" by Simon Mlundi; and "Testimony" by Emmanuel Lema. The plays are: "The Monster" by Anna Chikoti; "Love is ..." by Kimberly McLeod; "A Tanzanian Rooftop" by Benjamin Branoff; "Judges on Trial" by Frowin Paul Nyoni; "The Route to Success" by Yunus Ng'umbi; and "The Mop" by Vincensia Shule. Read and share these stories and plays, and enjoy how they depict some of the social-economic and political factors that condition and shape our societies today.
ISBN 9789987081448 (electronic bk.)
9987081444 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 714283479
Additional Format Print version: Tell me, friends. 1st ed. Dar es Salaam : Mkuki na Nyota, 2009 9789987080489 (DLC) 2010307035 (OCoLC)466334192

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