The daring author of A Man Who is Not a Man has challenged the
conventional once again with his wonderfully original second novel,
Here Me Alone. Sticking to his non conventional themes, in Hear Me
Alone Mgqolozana offers a possible alternative to the story of the
conception and the birth of Jesus as we know it in the synoptic
texts. In the narrative Epher returns to Nazareth, where he meets
his childhood sweetheart, Bellewa Miriam, who reveals she has been
promised for marriage to the woodwork merchant, old man Joseph, and
has been visited by an angel, who informed her that she would
conceive on that night. Many years later, when the son of Bellewa
Miriam had come and gone, Epher writes a letter to his patron and
friend, Theophilus, telling him what happened on the night he met
Bellewa Miriam, recounting the consequences suffered as a result of
this meeting, which he hopes will be included in the bible.
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