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Imagine that you are the book review editor of the New York Times. Review one book from the Book Review List. The review must be two to three pages in length, doubled spaced. The review must consist of a summary of the principal points and sub-points of the book, a delineation of the structure of the book with concrete citations and references. The review must also include a critical appraisal of the book and the reasons for such appraisal. Presuppose that the reader of your paper has not read the book reviewed.
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Book Review: Hottentot Venus, Barbara Chase Riboud
Length: 3 pages (825 Words)
Book Review: Hottentot Venus – Barbara Chase- Riboud
Stories explained within the background of colonialism are rather not exceptional. Neither are stories about exploitation, misogyny and tragic lives. Perhaps, this is because they tend to remind readers of evils that transpired during those dark ages. It could also be that humans expect gory details and or images to be left out altogether. Nevertheless, in her novel titled Hottentot Venus, Chase- Riboud talks of such a tale and manages to illuminate a life little explained or addressed through literature.
Chase- Riboud work revolves around the narrative of young South African girls orphaned in 18th century. Using her Khoisan name SSsehura, she perceived herself to have been lucky for marrying a Dutch Afrikaner. However, the husband became her master and ended up changing her name to read Saartjie – translating to little Sarah in Dutch. True to Khoisan ritual, Sarah is tidied up to appear sexually desirable in readiness for marriage. From what the author of the book insinuates she is a particularly shaped young woman.