Memoirs of a Porcupine is a novel by Alain Mabanckou and translated by Helen Stevenson, © Soft Skull Press 2012
hehe first-porcupine. Also must be kinda light-hearted if it involves baobab trees 🙂 I’m curious to know how you heard about and picked this one
I guess I’m still a bit confused about the organization of the book. So there were no periods? All first person relating it? (PS hello handy book holding helper!)
No periods. At all. Entirely first-porcupine, yes! 🙂
ooof da….no periods. I would have to commit to that.
It wasn’t that hard, really…There were commas!
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