Amnesty Dancing with Cannibals Book 1 Dicho Ilunga Amnesty Dancing with Cannibals Book 1 is the first volume of Dicho Ilunga’s
600 page novel Amnesty will be followed by the publication of Mastery Book 2 and page novel Amnesty will be followed by the publication of Mastery Book 2 and Book 3 “Everything was strange but everything was for the taking” In Dicho Ilunga’s epic historical novel Dancing with Cannibals the Congo is as angerous for the predatory Belgians as the Belgians are for the tribes that live in the lush treasure filled region Young impulsive Jean Turken plays a prank and is thrust
into prison in Brussels by a heartless justice system In 1898 the Belgian
BRUSSELS BY A HEARTLESS JUSTICE SYSTEM IN 1898 THE by a heartless justice system In 1898 the Leopold II realizes that he is falling behind the other European powers in seizing the vast resources of central Africa To make up for this slow beginning King Leopold empties the prisons of Belgium into the Congo forcing the inmates to serve as colonial agents Given limitless military support and the power of life and Mobilizing New York death over the native people an army of ruthless criminals sets out to fulfill the ambitions of a relentlessespot With one year left of his sentence Jean Turken is reluctantly transported to Africa to make his fortune; the alternative is life in prison Jean Turken soon finds that in the. Ol and from two novels by Brazilian novelist
Paulo Coelho who Ilunga says has an African style The source of Dicho Ilunga’s considerable literary power is Coelho who Ilunga says has an African style The source of Dicho Ilunga’s considerable literary power is conviction that he should write what he knows Dancing with Cannibals takes its origin in Ilunga’s acuaintance with individuals who HAVE PERSONALLY CONFRONTED CANNIBALISM A PRACTICE THAT NOT ONLY personally confronted cannibalism a practice that not only in central Africa but that may be increasing Aspects of South African Literature due to the chaotic conditions that currently prevail there Writing with historical scope mature compassion andeep emotional perception Ilunga has evised a suspenseful story of travel adventure action and love Faced with intractable PERSONAL AND MORAL STRUGGLES JEAN TURKEN DESPERATELY TRIES TO and moral struggles Jean Turken esperately tries to on to his integrity in a world where nothing is outlawed and every taboo must be confronted in the heart and in the soul Dicho Ilunga is the author of several accomplished unpublished novels Born in Zaire Dicho Ilunga fled to Rwanda as a political refugee only to become embroiled in the Rwandan genocide through his marriage to a Tutsi woman Dicho Ilunga now lives in South Africa where again he is a political refugee At this time he works in a warehouse to support himself Ilunga has no time to write and he has no laptop.
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uickly learn to survive in a merciless world Dicho Ilunga’s Dancing with Cannibals brings an African perspective to telling the storylearn to survive in a merciless world Dicho Ilunga’s Dancing with Cannibals brings an African perspective to telling the story the most horrifying chapter in the European colonization of the African continent “Under Léopold II’s administration the Congo Free State was subject to a terror regime including atrocities such as mass killings and maimings which were used to subjugate the indigenous tribes of the Congo region and to procure slave labor” Religious Toleranceorg In the course extracting the natural wealth of the Congo Use Of The Native Population of the native population forced labor is estimated to have led to from two million to fifteen million eaths Never before has there been a novel about the genocide in the Congo Free State written in English by an African writer Dancing with Cannibals would seem to have been influenced by Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness which is also set in the Congo Dream Save Do: Life is Short, Live Your Dream during the Belgian regime and Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart but Dicho Ilunga has not read either of those books Ilunga’s writing is largely absent a European context Ilungaescribes his literary training as coming from the Zairian writers that he read in scho.