The shadow of the sun #kapuscinski #africa #afryka Kapuściński spent nearly 30 years in various African countries such as Kenya, Rwanda, Nigeria, Ethiopia and more, detailing his accounts as a white, foreign visitor, of the development of the African states. Great book for everyone #inlove with #arfica as I am ! #blackcontinent #africaresearch #travel the other great books of #ryszardkapuściński is #travelwithherodotus ! Take a time and get to know all what this great writer have to offer to you. I am so proud I can find polish writers inside #america #usa #read 🤦🏿♂️🙋🏿♂️🤷🏿♀️👼🏿👩🏿⚖️🤴🏿👴🏿👨🏿👧🏿👶🏿👵🏿👵🏿👳🏿♀️ #iloveafrica Kapuściński had a global reputation, and is one of the Polish writers translated into the highest number of foreign languages. Like his friend Gabriel García Márquez, Kapuściński used to talk about "literary reportage". You're meant to believe what you are being told, but not in every literal detail. [...] Scrupulous in his journalism, in his books he was capable of inventing in order to make a truth even truer. He was a great story-teller, but not a liar." with Kapuscinski, we keep crossing from the Kenya of fact to the Tanzania of fiction, and back again, but the transition is nowhere explicitly signalled- Timothy Garton Ash.