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Emmanuel Fru Doh

Publication Year: 2009

ORIKI'BADAN, is an entertaining, revealing, and equally didactic poem in which Doh, through an enchanting metaphorical backdrop, recaptures a memorable era-rich, diverse, challenging, yet gratifying-in the life of a distinguished institution-the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Characteristically bitter about those in power and the socio-political state of affairs on the African continent, this is a rare shot of Doh paying glaring tribute to his alma mater along with the distinguished faculty and student body that gave Ibadan its character during his days there as a student.

Published by: African Books Collective

Title page

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Copyright page

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pp. vi-viii

Many people come into the world, stir up things and depart as heroes, yet far too many come in and leave unsung, in spite of their wonderful services to humankind. In the former case, we have examples of politicians and entertainers, and in the latter...

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pp. 1-54

Maintain its value, the storms notwithstanding. Of man’s encounter with the travails of life In the path to transition and of the dedication Of others to be of assistance I sing in general...


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pp. 56-57

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p. 70-70

E-ISBN-13: 9789956716869
Print-ISBN-13: 9789956558889

Page Count: 68
Publication Year: 2009