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Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies English Français. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Katheryne S Loughran, John L Loughran, John William Johnson and Said Sheikh Samatar (e. : Somalia in word and image. 175 pp. Washington . Foundation for Cross-Cultural Understanding, 1986. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 24 December 2009. Export citation Request permission.
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Somalia in Word and Image by Katheryne S. Loughran, John L. Loughran, John William Johnson . Water, Earth, and Fire: Land Use and Environmental Planning in the New Jersey Pine Barrens by Jonathan Berger, John W. Sinton. Loughran, John William Johnson, Said Sheikh Samatar (pp. 348-349). Sinton (pp. 372-374). Loughran, John Loughran, John Johnson. ISBN 9780253353603 (978-0-253-35360-3) Hardcover, Published by the Foundation for Cross Cultural Understanding in cooperation with Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 1986.
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Books can limit our experiences and reinforce the structures of empire. The same book may do both in different ways or for different people. They can also transport us outside existing structures. Samatar has written a novel that captures the ecstasy and pain of encountering the world through books, showing us bits and pieces of our contemporary world while also transporting us into a new on. ― Bookslut. The novel is full of subtle ideas and questions that never quite get answered.