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Ghanaian Politics Today By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe
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Since 1992, Ghana has reverted from a populist, pseudo-socialist dictatorship to a constitutional democracy. In this volume of articles and short-essays, Okoampa-Ahoofe highlights some of both the... More > incentives and impediments which characterize this new ideological dispensation of Ghana’s so-called Fourth Republic.< Less
My Urohs By Emelihter Kihleng
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a moving, humourous collection of postcolonial poetry by a young Pohnpeian woman poet
Language in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Purple Hibiscus By Yemi Oni
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A second edition of this work, it closely examines the ironic and metaphorical language features. It highlights the use of striking figurative expressions and registers and provides a more detailed... More > analysis of the syntax of thought, summary and scene in the narration. The colonial and postcolonial themes in the story are similarly highlighted in this study. Use your ATM MasterCard or visa card of any currencies to purchase your copy, with ease.< Less
The Theory of Meta-Narrative on J. M. Coetzee's Foe By Aalaa AlMajnouni
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J. M. Coetzee, a postmodern South African author, contributed to the standardization of postmodern fiction with his fifth novel, Foe (1986), which it is a re-writing of Daniel Defoe’s novel... More > Robinson Crusoe (1719). However, Coetzee’s novel Foe treats the mechanism of narrative writing through re-writing; it is a mode of writing that is known to be postcolonial aspect is considered postmodern narratological technique. Therefore, I intend to explicate Coetzee’s narratological methods in the narrative writing by examining the narrational attitudes of Foe’s first-person female narrator, Susan Barton, who self-consciously reflects upon her story of Cruso’s island as a recollected history by making her role in telling her island story, a part of a larger framed story.< Less
DREAMBOAT By Frankie Green
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Rene Locke and her grandmother Flo are separated by emigration. When the two women are reunited after decades, can the stories they tell each other bring a new lease of life, or is the present... More > irreparably haunted by the past? Set between the 1950s and the fag end of the C20th, and on opposite sides of the globe, Dreamboat is a novel exploring memory, recovery and the meaning of human connection amongst the legacies of colonialism.< Less
DREAMBOAT By Frankie Green
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Rene Locke and her grandmother Flo are separated by emigration. When the two women are reunited after decades, can the stories they tell each other bring a new lease of life, or is the present... More > irreparably haunted by the past? Set between the 1950s and the fag end of the C20th, and on opposite sides of the globe, Dreamboat is a novel exploring memory, recovery and the meaning of human connection amongst the legacies of colonialism.< Less
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The Zanzibar Revolution By Austin Blake Mullins
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This thesis examines how it was possible that within a month after the end of British colonialism (1890-1963) Zanzibar's new regime faced an ultimately successful coup d'état. The main... More > research question is to ask why the colonial partnership of the ruling landowners and the economically dominant merchants failed. In order to answer these questions I will use the key concepts Antonio Gramsci used in understanding historically shifting political partnerships; however, I will do so in a way that may not be consistent with his historical materialist framework as I focus on the formation of racial group identities (as well as more Gramscian focus on class struggles). The evidence I will be using to support my arguments will be secondary historical materials, though I will use some primary source materials.< Less
Ordinary Things By Kaspar Paseko
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An abducted child lives in a car on the roads of America. In Japan an old woman begs in a computer game arcade. In Mexico the lords of the underworld challenge the living to a deadly game. In... More > Australia a tax agent drives from house to house counting assets. From Kinshasa to Peru to Malaysia, across centuries, the lives of ordinary people collide with literature, history and myth. This is a novel about driving to work and Japanese poetry, slavery and telemarketing, war in the Congo, coin operated noodle bars, and crossroads.< Less
The Little Things That Break By seb doubinsky
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A new collection of poems covering a wide range of strange emotions, unfocused images and razor-sharp doubts. As usual.

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