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Said the Slave to the Master: A Conversation

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by Akili'Ka Mbonisi
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Said the Slave to the Master: A Conversation by Akili'Ka Mbonisi

Said The Slave to The Master is a conversation between two men, one being Master Hawthorne, and the other, a mild mannered slave by the name of Roman. Hawthorne's curiosity regarding Roman is piqued by his recent odd and curious attitude. And in a bold move to investigate the matter, Hawthorne gives Roman the permission to speak with equal frankness on philosophical and political matters. Hawthorne, however, finds it far more challenging than he expected. His political and philosophical views clash tremendously with Roman's. And during the heated discussion, Hawthorne begins to discover something very unique about Roman, perhaps even dangerous.

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Size: 224 KB
Publisher: Akili'Ka Mbonisi
Date published:   2012
ISBN: 9780978842062 (DRM-EPUB)

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