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  • Measuring Time
  • Helon Habila
  • English
  • 09 August 2018
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Read Measuring Time Measuring Time Read ↠ 100 Helon Habila ↠ 0 Read In the small Nigerian village of Keti live Mamo and LaMamo twin sons of a domineering father When one day the boys try and escape the village only LaMamo succeeds and in time becomes a soldi. i wish i could have made a shelf called books in which two twins set off to become soldiers together only one has second thoughts and turns back and then they are separated and then i could put this and Gob s Grief on it however that is too long a shelf name to have APPARENTLYcome to my blog

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Read Measuring Time Measuring Time Read ↠ 100 Helon Habila ↠ 0 Read Orrupt Unable to wield a weapon Mamo instead reaches for a pen and soon begins to write the true history of Keti and its people all the time awaiting the return of his beloved brother LaMamo. reading this book was listening to my father talk about his life before immigration i could easily see him and his mates living out their lives in this novel it was realistic fiction becuase it bought the nigerian of my father s youth and the nigerian during the present elections to life in a very sublte way helon habila writes in a plain fashion he puts me in the mind of chinua achebe what you see is what the characters see what you experience is what the characters experience what you take from it is what you take from it

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Read Measuring Time Measuring Time Read ↠ 100 Helon Habila ↠ 0 Read Er well versed in the ways of life and death Mamo too sickly to leave remains in Keti finding solace in the arms of Zara while watching impotently as his detested father grows powerful and c. A remarkable piece of work by Habila His prose is lyrically attractive poetic a canvas of colours playing with some trompe l oeil techniues and intertextual references from various authors It s stories within a story The twin fighter vs the academic twin two sides of the same coin really although the academic twin occupies much of the narrative there is always an implicit reference to the risk taker and fighter Set in the Nigeria of the 60s to the 90 s we witness through the characters an array of political events played out by local government representatives The ending was the only part that let me down a little but all in all an excellent book