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I buried my law career when I was asked to dig up worms.
The chief strength of this book – and what makes it such a beautiful, moving document – is in the descriptions that Mankell gives of the joy and suffering he has seen.
But consigning events to history should not preclude the need for apology for ancient wrongs: they can help heal rifts.
Fiction from Alexander McCall Smith.
A short story by Alexander McCall Smith of The No 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency fame, exclusive to the New Statesman.