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A collection of eight Somali Folktales as retold by Abdi Abdulkadir Sheik-Abdi.
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Abdi A. Sheik-Abdi, a native of Somalia, currently resides in the United States of America. He holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in English Literature and African Studies from the State University of New York and a doctorate in African History from Boston University. He taught both in Somalia and the U.S. and is the author of numerous short stories, a collection of fables, as well as articles and essays. These include "The Luncheon," a short story, and "Arrawelo: The Castrator of Men," a Somalian fable. In addition to this novel, he is the author of two other books, namely Divine Madness: Mohammed Abdulle Hassan (1992) and When a Hyena Laughs.
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