Gurira, of course, has the perspective of a hundred and more years of history to draw on in dramatizing the moral and ethical issues involved in the missionary impulse, and its alliance with the forces of colonization. Believers in the old ways or adherents of the new, they are united in being caught in the grip of forces larger than themselves. Tell us what you think.
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