In this 9th number in the Zine Collection, called Zimbabwe, Robin Hammond shows us the terrible life conditions in this country, more than 30 years after Robert Mugabe reached power.
The introduction by Wilf Mbanga explains the hope that Mugabe initially raised in 1980, and the suffering he since has imposed on his people, and the failure and imposture he embodies today.
This book comes with a tipped-in signed Kodak print on the first page.
Please note that L'Ascenseur Végétal lists several other books from the "Zine" collection by Editions Bessard.
40 pages - Softcover
Editions Bessard, 2013
*w/ Signed Print*
New - Mint condition
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