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Fright and Flight [A Reflection on My Refugee Life in Ghana] By K-Moses Nagbe
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For many years, Fright and Flight will remain a solid sociocultural text because of the powerful understanding which K-Moses Nagbe demonstrates about the cultural tension that gave rise to the Civil... More > War in Liberia and the likely political and sociological problems the war will produce. No one who is interested in Liberian and African politics should go without a copy of this book.< Less
I SEE THE LIGHT DARKLY By K-Moses Nagbe
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This short novel provides a cursory observation on why many students in affluent societies show much arrogance even in their ignorance. A certan Dr. Nathan Akpa Nzima arrives at Beaver College and... More > meets a batch of such students who think college education is fun until he shakes them out of complacency. When some of them are just about warming up to him, something happens....< Less
Wings for the Next Day By K-Moses Nagbe
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Two young Liberians, among many other Liberians, are dropped off at the Ghanaian port city of Takoradi. They take off later, heading for Buduburam, the Liberian refugee camp. On their way they meet... More > an old man whose death impacts their lives in profound ways.< Less
Just Like Yesterday By K-Moses Nagbe
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This book celebrates the strides of a rural Liberian community as it came face-to-face with changing times. The book also celebrates the work of Ron and Lynn Grosz, an American Peace Corps Volunteer... More > couple in the early 1960s. The book was inspired by a stack of photographs which Ron and Lynn showed K-Moses Nagbe, the author, 40 years later.< Less
A Scream in the Storm By K-Moses Nagbe
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In the West African republic of Liberia, a war has occurred, and many are trying hands at what will return the country to normalcy. This novel is a fantasy about young Liberians nudging the... More > conscience of American political actors to help bring peace and sanity to the country. The story celebrates human sanity and cooperation.< Less
IN THE SHADOW OF WORDS By K-Moses Nagbe
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In this memoir, one of Africa's prolific writers from Liberia, West Africa, talks about his writing career. K-Moses Nagbe, the writer, celebrates the spoken and written word as the vehicle of value... More > formation and the meaningful appreciation of life.< Less
LIBERIA, WHAT ELSE? By K-Moses Nagbe
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LIBERIA, WHAT ELSE? is a collection of articles and essays by one of Liberia's most prolific writers. These articles and essays capture some of the most controversial and contemporary national issues... More > in Liberia. Among them are the non-white citizenship and dual citizenship debates, politics and popular values, the role of the media in post-conflict situations, what happens when journalism and propaganda clash, etc.< Less
CHIPS By K-Moses Nagbe
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Chips (Assorted Reflections) is an anthology of the writer's observation about life in America and around the world. He talks about religion, corporate greed, freedom and law, racism and religion,... More > sex and politics, tradition and social transformation, celebrity and sex, gay rights, etc. The book is bound to keep people talking.< Less
Whispers By K-Moses Nagbe
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In this sequel following a little girl whose father was shot dead during her country's civil war, we meet the girl now in her twenties, studying for her master's in Law. Besides her studies, she has... More > to deal with her future--finding a husband with whom to establish a family. How is she going to deal with this one? Your guess is as good as mine.< Less
One Saturday in August By K-Moses Nagbe
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This novel explores social reform activism, its glory and its curse, its hope and its disappointment. In a time when "Arab Spring" has become a household word in North Africa, there... More > couldn't be a better time for a novel about the joy that often comes with what seems justifiable reason to depose tyranny until sadly another circle of tyrannical rulers appear on the scene. Humanity seems cursed.< Less