CHF Homegoing Across Centuries in Africa and America
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Tracing the descendants of two sisters torn apart in eighteenth-century Africa, “Homegoing” written by Yaa Gyasi, is a riveting, kaleidoscopic novel about race, history, ancestry, love, and time. Stretching from the wars of Ghana to the coal mines of the American South to twentieth-century Harlem, Gyasi’s tale captures the troubled spirit of our nation.