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The Africana World. From Fragmentation To Unity And Renaissance

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It is 127 years since the Scramble for Africa divided up the continent, imposing borders that have led to conflict rather than peace and stability. It is 100 years since the African National Congress (ANC) was founded as the first African liberation movement with…
Naked Light and the Blind Eye
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|May 2, 2017

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At the end of his tether, Solomon Wenku contemplates a life gone awry amid widespread postcolonial squalor. Tani enters his life supposedly as a contrast to his encroaching existential gloom only to speed up the pace of his total collapse. Sanya Osha's cult novel…
On A Sad Weather-Beaten Couch
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|September 23, 2015

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The most appealing quality of the novel is its haunting and unusual prose that really ought to be termed poetry. But this is poetry with an added touch as it is also a narrative that weaves together many lives engrossed in the daily struggle for survival. There…
The Social Contract in Africa
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|June 19, 2014

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This book employs the event of the Arab Spring revolution of 2011 to reflect on the event itself and beyond. Some of the chapters address the colonial encounter and its lingering reverberations on the African sociopolitical landscape. Others address the aftermath…
A Troubadour's Thread
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|July 26, 2013

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This volume powerfully conveys the pilgrimage of a singular spirit through adversity, equanimity, immanence and eventually, transcendence. It grapples with a range of emotions, topics and sensations. Christopher Okigbo achieved similar results but in an entirely…
An Underground Colony Of Summer Bees
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|August 4, 2012

$22.95

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A drug subculture finally becomes visible indeed the themes of visibility and invisibility are what animate this haunting tale of loss, craving and abjection.
Dust, Spittle And Wind
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|April 1, 2011

$33.27

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Dust, Spittle & Wind is a story of youth, dreams of innocence and transcendence told within a postcolonial setting. It follows Olu Ray, the main character of the novel through a bitter-sweet journey of loss and self-realisation. The novel focuses on the final…
Kwasi Wiredu and Beyond
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|September 5, 2000

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Kwasi Wiredu and Beyond monograph addresses some of the implications and limitations of Wiredu's projects, arguing that Wiredu has not yet been able to grapple with the full consequences of his conceptual decolonisation. Osha suggests that due to the hybridity…