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Title Page

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Copyright Page

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Table of Contents

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p. i

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Introduction

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pp. iii-xi

The two plays in this publication, Black Caps and Red Feathers and Ancestral Earth, have an ancestry of works that challenge traditional postcolonial binaries, given the fluid boundaries of Cameroon’s postcoloniality. This distinction is necessary in order to better appraise the complex nature of overlapping ...

Play 1: Black Caps and Red Feathers

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Play 1: Dramatis Personae

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pp. 3-6

The first performance of Black Caps and Red Feathers was given on the 1st of July, 1995 in the Catholic Mission Hall Kumba Town by the Royal Spear Theatre Club. It was directed by the ...

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Play 1: ACT ONE

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pp. 7-26

... Not far from the heap is a fire smoking lazily from beneath a tripod of rough stones. On it stands an old can which serves as a pot. A little distance away from the fire is a bundle stuffed with assortments - old tins, rags, bones, etc. Besides is a sheaf of rusty papers. ...

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Play 1: ACT TWO

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pp. 27-47

Scene is the same. It is afternoon. A little ray of smoke is seen trailing out from the fireplace. More flies are plaguing the heap and Creature’s wound. Creature, still lying on his back opens his eyes and looks about wearily. He struggles and sits up looking agitated. He collects bone, yawns and scratches his belly ...

Play 2: Ancestral Earth

Play 2: Dramatis Personae

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p. 51

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Play 2: Act 1

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pp. 52-80

An opening in the sacred grove adjacent to the main entrance into the King’s Palace. Far back, is a shrine roofed with thatches, the walls are made of barks of ancient trees. To the side, a short distance from the shrine, three men sit on wooden stools. A carved stool with the emblem of ...

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