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How we choose to respond to favelas, shantytowns, and refugee camps over the next few years will define the political and cultural attitudes that determine their long-term future.
Births and migrations are concentrated in the developing world, and with the exception of China, most new urban fabric is informal—more shantytowns than skyscrapers.
The smells waft through the shantytown of tents and tires known as the Maidan, the main square in Kiev.
Shantytown, a crime novella first published in 1998, is the latest.
Shantytown succeeds both as a compelling modern noir and a revealing depiction of life in the third world.
In Shantytown, the titular slum of Buenos Aires is the backdrop for a series of killings that threaten the entire community.
From a distance, the area looks like a colorful tent and cardboard shantytown.
He acted like the goats you see up in Shantytown, an' looked a good deal like Skip Jellison in the face.Teddy and Carrots|James Otis
He got back in his car and peeled across the road to the shantytown and the guesthouse.
Suzanne walked them through the shantytown, watching their reactions closely.
They got in the car and drove across the road to the shantytown.
They made it in the shantytown and fortified it with fruits, like a Belgian beer.