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The best fiction of 2022: NoViolet Bulawayo's Glory found new ways to write about violence and peace

By Jenni Ramone, Associate Professor of Postcolonial and Global Literatures, Nottingham Trent University
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A young woman learning to love, the children inspired by her, and the collective voice of a village community recovering from violence and corruption assemble a powerful message of resistance. The hope is to create “the kind of glory that burns eternal and glows with living light”. Glory by NoViolet Bulawayo was a runner up to this year’s Booker Prize.

As described by the Booker committee, Glory “is an energetic and exhilarating joyride from NoViolet Bulawayo … the story of an uprising, told by…The Conversation

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