Know this Mulanje healer along Midima road?

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Playing with fire despite the paraffin I poured on  both his arms and hands

Malawians who live or travel along the Midima road going to Mulanje please do this blog a favour and tell this healer who sits near the building in the photo above with his wife to phone Agnes Mizere, he should have her number in his phone.

Please tell him his number and name was lost in a cellphone and he urgently needs to get in touch with Agnes.

If he has forgotten the name show him the photo on the profile for this page. Thanks for whoever will assist it’s important and urgent as this blog does not have funds or transport to get there anyhow. Cheers.

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The Golden Notebook- Doris Lessing

“The book {Golden Notebook] follows Anna through her marriage, divorce, early years in Rhodesia, her countless love affairs, and her quest to find the right balance as a woman while being a mother, while recording various life events in a series of colour-coded notebooks.”

Les Reveries de Rowena

 

 

“I see I am falling into the self-punishing, cynical tone again. Yet how comforting this tone is, like a sort of poultice on a wound.”
— Doris Lessing, The Golden Notebook

This big book is well worth the effort. Having started my foray into Lessing’s work through her non-fiction, I was curious how her intellect would feature in her fiction writing. This definitely wasn’t a light read; the subject matter was pretty serious- life, feminism, politics, Africa and so on. The story revolves around Anna Wulf, single mother and best-selling author of one popular book, who is suffering from writer’s block and is seeing a psychiatrist. The book follows Anna through her marriage, divorce, early years in Rhodesia, her countless love affairs, and her quest to find the right balance as a woman while being a mother, while recording various life events in a series of colour-coded notebooks.

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