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  • Author:
    Abeba Tesfagiorgis
  • ISBN:
    0932415830
  • ISBN13:
    978-0932415837
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  • Publisher:
    Red Sea Pr (May 1, 1992)
  • Pages:
    200 pages
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    1586 kb
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    4.7
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Although I'm very interested in Eritrea, I found this book a duty rather than a pleasure. That's probably just a personal preference.

Tesfagiorgis has given us an eloquent narrative of not just Eritrea's struggle, but of the strength of which human beings are capable in the most difficult of circumstances. Although I'm very interested in Eritrea, I found this book a duty rather than a pleasure. I found the author a bit predictable and didn't find myself caring enough about her, despite her situation.

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A Painful Season & a Stubborn Hope book. Abeba Tesfagiorgis has a startling story. A story which might as well have been acted out on the dark side of the moon for all the world knew of what befell her. Her record of her experience at the hands of the Ethiopians in Asmara, Eritrea, and the odyssey which follows her escape from the hands of her torturers, gives us a picture of how thoroughly the forces, first of t Abeba Tesfagiorgis has a startling story.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR ABEBA TESFAGIORGIS is an Eritrean mother and former political prisoner in Ethiopian dominated Eritrea. Two of her earlier books were published in Tigrigna in Asmara. As a young professional she was actively involved in forming and nurturing many civic organizations for women. She played a formative role in the relief effort during the drought of the 1980s. Find Similar Products by Tag.

A Painful Season and a Stubborn Hope: The Odyssey of an Eritrean Woman in Prison. Asmara, Eritrea: Government of Eritrea, 1993. Ethiopia and Eritrea: A Documentary Study. The Eritrean Struggle for Independence: Domination, Resistance, Nationalism, 1941–1993. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995.

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com Product Description (ISBN 0932415849, Paperback). A startling story of Abeba Tesfagiorgis's experience in the hands of Ethiopians in Asmara and her subsequent escape. Library descriptions.

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Abeba Tesfagiorgis is an Eritrean autobiographical writer, author of A Painful Season and a Stubborn Hope: The Odyssey of an Eritrean Woman in Prison.

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Syleazahad
Amazing!
iSlate
I have used this powerful book in my college class on African politics, and found it a great way to get my (female) students in the U.S. engaged in what might seem to them otherwise to be a very distant topic. I think it could also be used for advanced high school classes, or for other college classes on gender or national self-determination. Ms. Tesfagiorgis has given us an eloquent narrative of not just Eritrea's struggle, but of the strength of which human beings are capable in the most difficult of circumstances. My only criticism is that the proofreading by the editor could have been more careful; this is certainly not the fault of the author.
Gavinrage
Although I'm very interested in Eritrea, I found this book a duty rather than a pleasure. That's probably just a personal preference. I found the author a bit predictable and didn't find myself caring enough about her, despite her situation.