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Reading Discussion 4

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Q Reading Discussion 4: "Lomba" (due 2/25 and 2/28) Reread the introduction and conclusion of "Lomba." Who do you think narrates the story, and what causes you to think this? Writing, in "Lomba," serves to employ, amuse, incriminate, and persuade. What do you think Helon Habila is trying to say about language, or expression, or freedom--or all three--in this piece? By Thursday, Feb. 25, at 11:59PM, • write a paragraph, answering a couple of these questions; then, • post, additionally, a link or embed an image, video, or article that illustrates or deepens our reading of "Lomba." Please also state, briefly, why you chose that particular image, video, or article. • Finally, respond to two others' posts by Sunday, Feb. 28, at 11:59PM.

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First of all, I would like to mention here that I found this reading very thought-provoking. The Superintendent’s lady love, Janice I believe is the narrator of the story of Lomba. Although there