Australian Volunteers Abroad sent novelist Inez Baranay to Papua New Guinea’s chaotic, violent province of Enga. Within months she went from sipping cappuccino in inner-city Sydney to a culture where brides are bought, rape is commonplace, and women aren’t allowed near men’s food because it’s thought it will make the men weak. Her experiences have resulted in a highly readable account, first published in 1994.
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Published October 23, 2011
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