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Sommer - Chapter 04

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Buy and Download Description Directly or indirectly, John, William, and James frequently alluded to the internalized fears that so often governed their perceptions. The term they most often used was kuogopa, which translates as being afraid, startled, or terrified (Rechenbach 1967). In one way or another, they constantly reminded me that they had much to fear. John was fond of giving me signals when suspicious characters entered the shop. James made it clear that we must never refer to Burundi in his shop, because he was surrounded by Tanzanians who might become suspicious of him. William's concerns that Tanzanian visitors to the tailoring shop could be spies frequently led him to withdraw into the safety of silence. Directly or indirectly, John, William, and James frequently alluded to the internalized fears that so often governed their perceptions. The term they most often used was kuogopa, which translates as being afraid, startled, or terrified (Rechenbach
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