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When Anila Prineveau Goldie accepted the job offer to teach in Khartoum, Sudan, she set out to overcome her fear of living in a Muslim country through befriending the local Sudanese.

Written in a conversational style, her informative, entertaining, and authentic short stories will inspire you. You will experience a Hadendoa medicine man saving her life, a Muslim family keeping vigil over her when she is terribly ill, a feast prepared in her honor by women from a local mosque, an erotic wedding dance, and mortar fire exploding next to her hotel.

She weaves together vivid descriptions of the exotic Sudanese Muslims along with insight, wisdom and lessons learned. A deep respect for all humanity shines through every minute of The Problem Is Not Available: 364 Days in Sudan.

©2014 Anila Prineveau Goldie (P)2014 Anila Prineveau Goldie

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An honor and a privilege

As a Sudanese, I have always been interested to know how a non-Sudanese sees “us”; as if looking into a mirror if you wish; and greater the physical distance, the more the reflection is wholistic.. I’m honored to know that my people have shown their true colors, and that my disappointment in the ruling regime was well placed.