Setting: a village in Tanzania. Characters: Mkwaju, a heavy-drinking and promiscuous truck driver who abandoned his family and contracted HIV; Tunu, his wife, who has supported their children since Mkwaju left. Mkwaju: Tunu, pleaselistent o me. Tunu: Mkwaju, you cannot trick me anymore. You thought I was a fool, but.. Mkwaju: (coughing) I now understand and have come home. Tunu: Home? Home? You think that this is your home? Your home is at Tila's, your concubine. Mkwaju: But Tunu, I can't bear life without you. Tunu: Stupid lies. What about the time you infected me with a venereal disease? (Henderson, 2000).
|Original language||English (US)|
|Title of host publication||Governing the Female Body|
|Subtitle of host publication||Gender, Health, and Networks of Power|
|Publisher||State University of New York Press|
|Number of pages||20|
|State||Published - Dec 1 2010|