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Yaa Gyasi

In "Homegoing," Yaa Gyasi explores the complex legacy of the transatlantic slave trade through the lives of two half-sisters and their descendants. Gyasi delves into themes of family, heritage, and identity, illustrating how the histories of Ghana and America are deeply intertwined. The novel examines the enduring impact of slavery and colonialism, tracing its effects across generations. Through powerful storytelling, Gyasi highlights the interconnectedness of personal and collective histories, shedding light on the ongoing struggles for justice and identity in the modern world.

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