In this podcast, we discuss Taiye Selasi’s Ghana Must Go focusing on pride and masculinity, the immigrant experience and the dangers of comparison.
“They were doers and thinkers and lovers and seekers and givers, but dreamers, most dangerously of all. They were dreamer-women. Very dangerous women. Who looked at the world through their wide dreamer-eyes and saw it not as it was, “brutal, senseless,” etc., but worse, as it might be or might yet become. So, insatiable women. Un-pleasable women.”
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