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A Troubadour�s Thread

Sanya Osha

Publication Year: 2013

This volume powerfully conveys the pilgrimage of a singular spirit through adversity, equanimity, immanence and eventually, transcendence. It grapples with a range of emotions, topics and sensations. Christopher Okigbo achieved similar results but in an entirely different manner. Okigboís vision is epical in its dimensions while Oshaís work is infused with a sustained lyricism, mutedness or even more appropriately, quietude. Oshaís poetry unveils a multi-layered journey from artistic infancy to complete aesthetic maturity. Most of this journey dwells upon the poetís inner states in which vast geographical vistas are revealed.

Published by: African Books Collective


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pp. 1-1

Title Page, Copyright Page

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pp. 2-3

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pp. iii-iv

During the final stages of putting together this volume and preparing it for publication I was asked in an interview if academic writing was different from creative writing. In my view, the two forms of writing couldn’t be more different. While academic writing has to deal with a host of disciplinary...


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pp. 1-22

Back cover

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pp. 30-30

E-ISBN-13: 9789956791842
Print-ISBN-13: 9789956790999

Page Count: 28
Publication Year: 2013

OCLC Number: 857277642
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