Alexandra Fuller was born in England but spent her childhood in Africa, daughter of struggling expatriate farmers who soon found themselves on the wrong side of history as colonial rule fell around them. She talks about her turbulent childhood, her enduring love of Africa, and her new memoir, Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight (Random House).

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