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Opposing views

Story collections from Djamila Ibrahim and Johanna Skibsrud allow readers to see both sides of various situations

Things Are Good Now Djamila Ibrahim House of Anansi Press

Tiger, Tiger Johanna Skibsrud Hamish Hamilton Canada

A eha Of story collections from Djamila Ibrahim and Johanna Skibsrud shares one aspect in common: both are tightly organized around a central theme.

Ibrahim’s debut collection focuses on the immigrant experience, as well as on the experiences of those left behind in the home country. Her characters move from Ethiopia to Canada, but also travel in less expected directions – from Addis Ababa to Dubai, for example. While the stories are all political, they do not share a uniform opinion or ideology.

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