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( Read Pdf ) Á Sweet Medicine ⚜ Sweet Medicine is the story of Tsitsi, a young woman who compromises the values of her Catholic upbringing to find romantic and economic security through otherworldly means The story takes place in Harare at the height of Zimbabwe s economic woes inThe book is a thorough and evocative attempt at grappling with a variety of important issues in the postcolonial context tradition and modernity feminism and patriarchy spiritual and political freedoms and responsibilities poverty and desperation and wealth and abundance Could perfectly relate to Tsitsi s struggle and found it a smooth read even as I didn t understand the slangs.. 3.5 stars This is a good debut In between reading this, I watched interviews and talks where Panashe speaks on racism in South Africa where she was raised, even though she was born in Zim , feminism, womanism and her magazine Vanguard Magazine, which is basically check full review on africanbookaddict.com link above 3.5 stars This is a good debut In between reading this, I watched interviews and talks where Panashe speaks on racism in South Africa where she was raised, even though she was born in Zim , feminism, womanism and her magazine Vanguard Magazine, which is basically check full review on africanbookaddict.com link above A sweet, sweet read The plot steeped in reality I felt Tsitsi s anguish at the thought of loosing Zvogbo Haai, ho thata banna Talk about faking it till you make it.Well written believable tale Life does mirror art, truly.Panache starts the story right before the climax and slowly takes us back to the beginning The diction, while mixed with Shona, is simple and fits in very well with the the local culture de jeur.Not wanting to give the plot away, in a nutshell, Panashe tells a story of Tsit A sweet, sweet read The plot steeped in reality I felt Tsitsi s anguish at the thought of loosing Zvogbo Haai, ho thata banna Talk about faking it till you make it.Well written believable tale Life does mirror art, truly.Panache starts the story right before the climax and slowly takes us back to the beginning The diction, while mixed with Shona, is simple and fits in very well with the the local culture de jeur.Not wanting to give the plot away, in a nutshell, Panashe tells a story of Tsitsi who had to do acts unbecoming of a lady to get out of her poverty laden survivalist existence, and catapults herself, her Mama and Sekuru into a life they were meant to live while Zimbabwe slowly disintegrates and decays.Again, as in Nervous Conditions certain themes come to the fore The devastating effects of colonisation A country rebuilding itself under the principles of democracy but buckling under pressures caused by corruption, threat of militia rule, poverty, inequality, unemployment and lack of economic growth.Graduates falling over themselves to secure low paying jobs Unmet family expectations Unrealized dreams The dredge of working from hand to mouth Never having enough of anything The inability to plan for anything.Tsitsi, with the help of Chiedza, becomes industrious She shakes what her Mama gave her and was set for life so to speak When the threat of someONE usurping her position in the Big House, she seeks help, after all God helps those who helps themselves, and sails away into the sunset with the man, a baby on the way and a white wedding in the not so distant future.Loved the read very much 4 smacking stars to you, Panashe Required reading I like that this book is really honest about life That it s not always black and white.http books.alextwino.com sweet medi Required reading I like that this book is really honest about life That it s not always black and white.http books.alextwino.com sweet medi