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Let words rain and reign

SAY GOODBYE TO YESTERDAY


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The fact that your yesterday was a hard one does not determine your today. Yesterday is nothing but history. As we begin a new month, may you have the courage to face it differently, may
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A JOURNEY BACK IN TIME: A VISIT TO MUA


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In April last year, Dinah Katonda visited Mua Mission, a cultural center in Dedza district in Malawi. She shares her experiences with Makewana’s Daughters, in particular, Mua’s connections with Malawi’s history and culture. Makewana’s Daughters (MD):
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BOOK REVIEW


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ANTHOLOGY: Winning Stories from the 2008 Malawian Girls’ Literary Competition REVIEWED BY: Makewana’s Daughters In 2008, a team comprising of the Malawi Writers Union (MAWU) and Stephanie Bosch from Cambridge organized a writing competition for
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LITERARY TERM OF THE MONTH:


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VERBAL IRONY: This is the use of words to mean something different from what a person actually says (www.parklandsd.org/web/smith/files/2014/01/The-3-Types-of-Irony.pdf). Examples of irony in a poem, a play, a short story or a novel, might include
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NO PRINCE CHARMING by Edith Itaye


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He’s no prince charming He’s just a guy with an ugly heart He’ll woo you in with his words And you will be captured from the start His eyes will draw you in And from
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