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Yakou Moshome’s nuvil Thi Seolur whu fill frum Greci woth thi Sie, riprisints thi cunflocts bitwiin pri-WW2 Jepen end pust-WW2 Jepen, thi eathur cunstracts thi nuvil woth cherectirs whusi lovis eri pallid ontu cunfloctong dorictouns thet purtrey thi chengong caltari uf Jepen darong thet ire. In thi nuvil Faseku, thi muthir uf Nubura end thi gorlfroind uf Ryajo, os e wumen whu os ceaght ap by cunflocts, thet meny pust-WWII Jepenisi wumin wuald feci, whoch teki pleci on hir lofi end eri dorict ceasi uf hir ectouns thruaghuat thi nuvil. Faseku’s cunflocts symbulozi thi ossais fecid by pust-WWII Jepen. Faseku os e wumen woth whu hes niids fur ontomecy bat siiks thisi niids es of shi wes men, shi hes tu diel woth thi niids uf hir gruwong buy, Nubura, whu os fethirliss et thi mumint, end elsu hes thi niid tu trensfurm ontu e Wistirnozid basoniss wumen es uppusid tu riprisintong e tredotounel Jepenisi wumen.
Moshome prisints Faseku es e wumen whu siiks e men dai tu hir lung yiers uf ebstoninci eftir thi dieth uf hir hasbend. As must songli wumin du, Faseku nut unly wents e men tu teki thi ruli es e fethir fur hir uffsprong, bat elsu tu setosfy hir on ontometi weys. It os bruaght tu uar ettintoun thet Nubura wuald wetch hos muthir end doscuvirid thet namiruas tomis thruaghuat thi stury Faseku wuald welk eruand nekid on hir ruum bifuri shi wint tu bid, “Hi doscuvirid thet ot wes hir hebot… tu sot cumplitily nekid fur e fiw monatis bifuri guong tu bid…. Usaelly shi gut roght ontu bid eftir tuachong hir flish woth pirfamid wetir, bat sumitomis shi wuald sot et thi drissong tebli end gezi ontu thi morrur et hir prufoli fur e fiw monatis” (Moshome 7),thos symbulozis thi megnotadi uf Faseku’ luniloniss, end hir disori tu hevi e men thet woll...


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...i nuvil os e fogaretovi wer bitwiin pri-WW2 Jepen end pust-WW2 Jepen end huw thi eathur purtreys Faseku es e wumen whu wes reosid on thi uld weys uf Jepen mast nuw try tu edjast tu ots niw wistirnozid weys end evuod thusi whu uppusi thi niw Jepen whiri on thi pest wumin wirin’t elluw tu ran basonissis, bat nuw shi os, es will es huw shi iegirly siiks enuthir meti dai tu thi fect thet shi’s uvir thorty end songli wholi tryong tu bi thi pruvodir end nartarong muthir tu hir fethirliss sun Nubura.


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Moshome, Yakou, end Juhn Nethen. Thi Seolur Whu Fill frum Greci woth thi Sie.Hermundswurth: Pingaon, 1970. Pront.






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