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lu·cid

(lū'sid),
Clear, not obscured or confused, as in a lucid moment or lucid spoken expression.
[L. lucidus, clear]

lucid

[lo̅o̅′sid]
Etymology: L, lucidus, clear
clear, rational, and able to be understood. See also lucid interval.

lu·cid

(lū'sid)
Clear, not obscured or confused, as in a lucid moment or lucid spoken expression.
[L. lucidus, clear]

lu·cid

(lū'sid)
Clear, not obscured or confused.
[L. lucidus, clear]
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From Ken Saro-Wiwa's experimental epistle "Africa Kills Her Sun," for example, to the pathos and humor of Bloke Modisane's story "The Dignity of Begging," the terse, pathetic humor of Ali Deb's "Three-Piece Suit," the lucidness of Tayeb Salih's "Handful of Dates," and the poignant painfulness of Henri Lopes's tale "The Advance" and Sindiwe Magona's "It Was Easter the Day I Went to Netreg," African Rhapsody chronicles a discordant recital that is not too far from the overwhelming realities of the lives of Africans today.