v.— «Gracefully folding a mixture of southern African languages and slang into her supple prose (“Scribble” is slang for “kill”; when her dad sees her growing fascination with K, he warns, “Curiosity scribbled the cat”), Fuller captures the rhythms and wounds of her subjects, cannily allowing the horror of their stories to speak for itself.» —“Once were (white) warriors” by Daneet Steffens Globe and Mail (Toronto, Can.) May 22, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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