‘What does it do to you to be the subject of someone else’s imaginative impoverishment ?’—Wamuwi Mbao reviews Claudia Rankine’s new book Just Us

 Claudia Rankine’s Just Us is perhaps the most profound meditation on race and violence to emerge in the first two...

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 15/04/2021

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