Shreds of Tenderness By John Ruganda

Shreds of Tenderness By John Ruganda

Shreds of Tenderness By John Ruganda

Shreds of Tenderness is a heart-rending, masterfully crafted play which is replete with shocking revelations and reversals.

Not Long ago, a tyrant took over the reins of Government and unleashed terror throughout the Motherland. Wak fled.

Shreds of Tenderness

Throughout the first half of the play, we are led to believe that Odie, Waks brother, is the innocent homeboy with the right to speak for those who remained to fight for the Motherland. Conversely, Wak is depicted as a pest of the highest order who comes home from a comfortable exile to sponge on the hard-earned harvest of those who stayed, fought and brought a semblance of peace to the nation.

Some things are not what they seem to be, or are they?

Wak unexpectedly comes back home. What follows is one of the most brilliant creations of any drama.

Publisher:  Oxford University Press

Author:  John Ruganda

ISBN:  019 572954 4

21 thoughts on “Shreds of Tenderness By John Ruganda

  1. You have made some decent points there. I looked on the net for additional information about the issue and found most people will go along with your views on this web site.

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  3. i juz lyk the context in the book plus the characters,ges shud go bak 2 haeskul koz of thz buk…n abt d quickies part.mwaaaa….kudos Ruganda

  4. Where can i find a copy of swahili translation of the play Mizigo by John Ruganda. It is atranslation of The burdens by J Ruganda

  5. I like this book because its direct reflection of what really transpires in our society hatred between brothers,greed of power, and betrayal. Highly informative so to say.

  6. This book should be picked again to be done in our secondary school because it has the issues affecting our society( Kenya).

  7. how do the play demonstrate the elements of modern drama (romanticism of poor, naturalism and realism

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