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Sarah Ladipo Manyika

In Dependence

It is the early-sixties when a young Tayo Ajayi sails to England from Nigeria to take up a scholarship at Oxford University. In this city of dreaming spires, he finds himself among a generation high on visions of a new and better world. The whole world seems ablaze with change: independence at home, the Civil Rights movement and the first tremors of cultural and sexual revolutions. It is then that Tayo meets Vanessa Richardson, the beautiful daughter of an ex-colonial officer.
In Dependence is Tayo and Vanessa’s story of a brave but bittersweet love affair. It is the story of two people struggling to find themselves and each other – a story of passion and idealism, courage and betrayal, and the universal desire to fall, madly, deeply, in love.
268 páginas impresas
Publicación original
2010
Año de publicación
2010
Editorial
Legend Press
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  • rihabs418compartió su opiniónhace 2 meses
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    The best book I've read. Read it 2018. Bo matter how many times I read it, it still hits

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  • Maria Fernanda Ramirez Hernandezcompartió una citahace 9 meses
    o serve younger British men who knew so little yet felt naturally entitled to power.
  • fortunesampson8compartió una citahace 7 meses
    September 1963

    One could begin with the dust, the heat and the purple bougainvillea. One might even begin with the smell of rotting mangos tossed by the side of the road where flies hummed and green-bellied lizards bobbed their orange heads while loitering in the sun. But why start there when Tayo walked in silence, oblivious to his surroundings. With a smile on his face he thought of the night before when he had dared to run a hand beneath the folds of Modupe’s wrapper. Miraculously, without him even asking, Modupe had loosened the cloth around her
  • Maria Fernanda Ramirez Hernandezcompartió una citahace 9 meses
    ayo felt disappointed that they had to mingle outside rather than inside where it was warmer, but it seemed to Tayo that this was the British way. People spent all day talking about the weather, complaining about how cold, damp and miserable it was until the sun poked its head around the clouds and then everyone cheered up and started talking about lovely weather.

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