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            Robert Laffont
            EAN : 9782221219591
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 432
            Size : 135 x 215 mm
            Novelty
            Bazungu

            Release date : 07/03/2019
            Rwanda 1994. How can a soul stay pure in the midst of the criminal madness of genocide? A novel for remembrance and understanding.
            “Bazungu” is the Swahili work for the general manner of foreigners, especially Whites. It is 1994 in Rwanda, and millions of refugees are fleeing the massacres between the Tutsis and the Hutus. Violence is reaching its peak.
            A young boy from the moderate Hutu clan wanders along the streets and through...
            “Bazungu” is the Swahili work for the general manner of foreigners, especially Whites. It is 1994 in Rwanda, and millions of refugees are fleeing the massacres between the Tutsis and the Hutus. Violence is reaching its peak.
            A young boy from the moderate Hutu clan wanders along the streets and through forests with some of his family members. He wants to go back to his village. They are all afraid. Meanwhile, a young humanitarian, Claudine, has just joined the NGO Save the Children to help rescue refugee children. But she quickly realizes that her job in this country won’t be easy. Little by little, she discovers the horrible truth of how NGOs are being exploited by the country’s violent militia.
            Each in their own way, these two innocent souls witness a world that is crumbling into madness. Yet they hold on to hope and try to live on, despite everything they are facing. The narrative will bring them together and unite their voices.
            This novel is not a tearjerker or a sanctimonious diatribe, but rather a sensitive, realistic look at the humanitarian catastrophe that took place in Rwanda and the extreme difficulty of maintaining some form of humanity in the midst of such chaos.
            This strong, authentic narrative presents the war in Rwanda in a way that has never been seen before: through pure hearts.
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            EAN : 9782221219591
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 432
            Size : 135 x 215 mm
            Robert Laffont