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The Blight [large Print]

eBook (PDF), 567 Pages
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[Large print] The Blight is a tragicomic African mystery about a disorientated man's quest to regain his soul, literally. This creepy tale unravels through the flawed protagonist’s own twisted observations on a journey with disparate characters from the mean, pathetic psyche of turn-of-the-millennium urban West Africa. ‘The Blight’, an introspective of contemporary sensibilities, tackles the burning taboos of sexuality, politics, religion, education, tribe, pan-Africanism, corruption, class, sexual repression and wealth from a humorous and original, yet lucid point of view. Ansong wishes to die so he can regain his soul; Larepoh desires new breasts so she can ‘live’; Valentin needs to steal so he can become honest; Doc’s yearning is to cheat so she can taste love; and, Sgt. Tackey dreams of achieving recognition by any means necessary so he may gain the respect of his unfaithful wife. ‘The Blight’ is about the broken lives of these... More > characters, humorous from a distance, but heartrending close-up.< Less
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Product Details

Edition
First
Publisher
Achampong&Sons
Published
October 1, 2011
Language
English
Pages
567
File Format
PDF
File Size
2.08 MB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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