“[Wainaina]’s point is that the Africa he sees—which is made of up thousands of differentiated sections, countries, neighborhoods—is his. He’ll take you there, but there’s never any doubt that the reader is being welcomed into the author’s particular response to a series of places.” At Bookforum, Jena Salon reviews Binyavanga Wainaina’s One Day I Will Write About This Place.

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