hyde park

The Zimbabwean writer Petina Gappah describes her first encounter with Hyde Park, London, United Kingdom. The famous park with its corner, where people proclaim their message. 

Petina travels in her mind from Hyde Park to Harare Gardens.

29th October 1938: Riders in Rotten Row, Hyde Park, London, in the morning mist.

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