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9781425114503

The Private Secretary

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  • ISBN13:

    9781425114503

  • ISBN10:

    1425114504

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-05-12
  • Publisher: Trafford on Demand Pub

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The Private Secretary is an explosive andaction-packed drama. It excels in exposing endemic evils of ourmodern society in all its profundity. To some extent, it shows that the misbehaviour ofan individual can cause a chain-reaction in the milieu that he dwells. Mr. Maseko is the epitome of a boss who uses his fiscal power toact as it pleases him. He breaks teenagers' hearts and braggarts within the humansociety as an untouchable. While he is away on "business errands", his privatesecretary; Ms Dada faces a mamouth task in shielding all the assaults launched by hismultiple ennemies. Through different scenes and acts, anyone whobehaves like Mr Maseko discovers a kind of truth tha scathes one's ears and that becomesconsciously unbearable. The comical ingredients in the openingscene may lead the reader astray; but as one progresses, one discovers that the book isindeed provocative, acerbic, daring and satirical. It is a portrait of character.

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