Written in 1951,two years before Thomas's death at the age of 39,Under Milk Woodis the writers's dramatic masterpiece.
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Edward Thomas has lived and worked in Sudan and South Sudan for over eight years. He worked as a teacher, researcher, and human rights worker for Sudanese and international organizations. Over the past five years, he has written numerous books, reports and articles about South Sudan and its neighbors.
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