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Underground People

Nkosi, L. Nkosi, Lewis. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2004)  | 9780954702328 | Ayebia Clarke Literary Agency | pbk. | book | 272pp
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Underground People is a fictional work about the struggle against apartheid andthe role of the liberation movements and their relationships with on-the-groundmovements. I tells of the intrigue and political opportunism and plotting thatgoes on in fighting a non-conventional war against a government...

Broadening The Horizon: Critical Introductions to Amma Darko

Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Odamtten, V.O. Odamtten, Vincent. Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2007)  | 9780954702380 | Ayebia Clarke Literary Agency | pbk. | book | 320pp
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This much-anticipated collection of essays from eight respected academics in thefield brings a number of critical perspectives to focus on the signal work of a21st century Ghanaian writer. Amma Darko is recognised in theseinterdisciplinary critiques as a significant writer whose storytelling talentdocuments...

Diplomatic Pounds & Other Stories

Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Aidoo, Ama Ata. Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2012)  | 9780956240194 | Ayebia Clarke Literary Agency | pbk. | book | 170pp
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A celebration of Ama Ata Aidoo's work presented as a festschrift with a broadspectrum of articles and personal memoirs from scholars and literary artists. Itconveys the full extent of Aidoo's place as a literary innovator and an exponentof radical social and cultural thought in Africa and internationally...

Sam jonah and the remaking of ashanti.

Taylor, Ayowa A.
(2010)  | 9780956240101 | Ayebia Clarke Literary Agency | pbk. | book | 320pp
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Recounts the inspirational life of one of Africa's most prominent black businessmen. From working underground as a shovel boy to his appointment as the CEO of the trailblazing African gold mining company, Ashanti Goldfields Corporation, Sam Jonah's determination to surmount every obstacle in a career...

The Place We Call Home

Anyidoho, Kofi. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Anyidoho, Kofi. Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(2011)  | 9780956240187 | Ayebia Clarke Literary Agency | hbk. | book | 128pp
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A lamentation and celebration of epic events in world history, told through apowerful collection of poetry. One of these poems, 'Countdown to Ground Zero',was born out of 9/11 and its tragic aftermath and records a touching anecdote ofhow Anyidoho arrived in the US as a writer-in-residence at the end...

 

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