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Author's Critiques May Come Back To Haunt Him

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Author's Critiques May Come Back To Haunt Him

Author's Critiques May Come Back To Haunt Him

Author's Critiques May Come Back To Haunt Him

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David Kaiza is from Northern Uganda, a region that has had more than its share of warfare, so it's no surprise that Kaiza's first novel is about conflict. Ahead of anticipated literary success, Kaiza's reputation has been forged in conflict of another sort — that of literary criticism.

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