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Aminatta Forna 4 July 2006
Following the publication of her widely acclaimed memoir The Devil that Danced on the Water, Aminatta Forna discusses her first novel. 

Exploring the themes of patriarchy, polygamy, loss, betrayal and the changing status of African women, Ancestor Stones is set in a fictional African location and tells the stories of four generations of women in the Kholifa family. 
Ancestor Stones by Aminatta Forna is published by Bloomsbury ISBN: 0747584796 

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