The Resource Daughter of dust
- Daughter of dust
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- Wendy Wallace
- Abandoned as a baby in the desert city of Khartoum, Leila understands from early on that she is not part of normal Sudanese society. At school, she and best friend Amal are called 'daughters of sin'. Leila goes on to marry, have four children, and divorce - and even grown up she continues to know the stigma of being abandoned. Yet her spirit remains strong, overcoming her harsh upbringing, society's prejudice and her own sense of shame. Leila becomes a passionate champion of all those shunned as 'children of sin'
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- non fiction
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