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The Last Hope

Ekpe Inyang

Publication Year: 2011

This play was written as part of an evaluation of Africaís oldest and most diverse rainforest conservation initiative in the Korup area, with the aim of highlighting and sharing some lessons learnt from the creation of the Korup National Park, through a period of full activity, to when activities were considerably reduced. It is a fine blend of the results of the evaluation and some carefully developed fictional, artistic materials for the achievement of an overall dramatic effect. Ekpe Inyang gives an informed artistic touch to achieve dramatic effects, succinctly relating the story of Cameroonís first rainforest national park, Korup.

Published by: African Books Collective

Cover

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Title Page

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Copyright Page

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Note

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Foreword

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pp. v-vi

The Last Hope offers a fascinating depiction of conservation efforts by protected area managers and the attendant conflicts with the local communities due mostly to the difficulty in balancing conservation objectives with the ever-increasing community livelihood and development needs...

Characters in the Play

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pp. vii-x

Act One [1986-1993]

Scene One [1986]

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pp. 3-14

Scene Two [1988—1990]

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pp. 15-32

Scene Three [1991—1993]

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pp. 33-44

Act Two [1994—2000]

Scene One [1994—1997]

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pp. 47-58

Scene Two [1998—2000]

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pp. 59-70

Act Three [2001—2003]

Scene One [2001—2003]

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pp. 73-88

Scene Two [2003]

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pp. 89-96

Back Cover

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E-ISBN-13: 9789956717224
Print-ISBN-13: 9789956717422

Page Count: 108
Publication Year: 2011

OCLC Number: 759158886
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