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The literary story of Somaliland has been muted by hypocrisy

ARTS & CULTURE

Long before the scramble for Africa that informed that coven-like gathering in Berlin, Sir Richard Burton had visited Somaliland in 1854 and described it as “a nation of poets.

The literary story of Somaliland has been muted by hypocrisy

By Khainga O'Okwemba | 5 years ago

The literary story of Somaliland has been muted by hypocrisy

The literary story of Somaliland has been muted by hypocrisy

Long before the scramble for Africa that informed that coven-like gathering in Berlin, Sir Richard Burton had visited Somaliland in 1854 and described it as “a nation of poets.

Khainga O'Okwemba | 5 years ago

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