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and Thuli and Themba’s reconciliation. Themba apologizes to his wife for causing her so much pain and promises her that he is prepared to do anything she wants, that he will be a good husband and father and man, that he will “do everything right this time” (162). He implies that he will take an hiv

In: Global Healing

irreversible change to South Africa, and no ‘normal’ remedy or action is possible” (2011: 63–64). For more on the importance of storytelling as a means of reconciliation in South African fiction see Knapp (2006) and Hunter-Gault (2012) . 13 Likewise, in “J·M·Kuttsē shi no sairainichi ni yosete,” Tajiri

In: Global Healing