#1706: Imbolo Mbue "How Beautiful We Were" | The Book Show

March 30, 2021 00:27:53
#1706: Imbolo Mbue "How Beautiful We Were" | The Book Show
The Book Show
#1706: Imbolo Mbue "How Beautiful We Were" | The Book Show

Mar 30 2021 | 00:27:53

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Show Notes

This week, New York Times best-selling novelist Imbolo Mbue discusses his new novel, How Beautiful We Were. The book is a sweeping, wrenching story about the collision of a small African village and an American oil company. (more…)

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