Life Goes On
Life Goes On
The author narrates how Kragur villagers went back to their normal activities after the 2008 local elections. Some villagers appeared to welcome the break from routine brought by the elections, but didn't seem to care much about the results. While the public events and private drama of the elections went on, people still had to attend to all the ordinary daily chores. According to the author, the general pattern of work in the village hadn't changed a lot from the 1970s. Women were still involved in harvesting and preparing food, washing dishes, and gathering and breaking up firewood. Meanwhile, men still took the lead in things that required a lot of sitting and talking. The author also talks about his encounters with people in Kragur asking him for advice on how to get into tourism. Finally, he considers the attitudes of Kragur villagers toward sorcery.
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