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Before the Rainbow

Emmanuel Fru Doh

Publication Year: 2014

Emmanuel Fru Doh, a native of Cameroon, holds a Ph.D. from the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. He taught at the University of Yaounde (E.N.S. Bambili) for almost a decade-the 90s-before leaving for the US. He then had a brief stint as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Minnesota before settling into the Department of English at Century, a College within the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) System. Poet, novelist, social and literary critic, Emmanuel Fru Doh is the author of Nomads: The Memoir of a Southern Cameroonian.

Published by: African Books Collective

Title Page, Copyright, Dedication

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Contents

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pp. v-vi

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Preface

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pp. vii-viii

[Faint light showers the stage. DOCKINTA and MBANISAH are gathered at the entrance stretching the necks to see. MARIYA has fallen asleep, supported by MAN. Lights gradually flush the whole stage] FONKHAUNASHU: [offstage, to someone] That was the last straw and for how long can we continue to spare the rod of State? And...

We Must Talk

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pp. 1-2

Our Heads of States

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pp. 3-4

Merging Realms

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p. 5-5

Lone Warrior

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p. 6-6

With The Internet

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p. 7-7

It’s All A Game

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p. 8-8

True Victim

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pp. 9-10

Academic Titles

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p. 11-11

Stones from a Glass House

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p. 12-12

In This Confusion

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pp. 13-14

The Tongue

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pp. 15-16

The Smith

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p. 17-17

The Stage

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p. 18-18

Mungwin

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p. 19-19

When A Mountain Speaks

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p. 20-20

Changing Guards

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p. 21-21

Lament Of A Bushfaller *

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pp. 22-24

Mr. Henry Von René

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pp. 25-26

Beware Africa

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pp. 27-28

Colonial Mentality

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pp. 29-30

Mrs. Bigman

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p. 31-31

Big Man Palaver

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pp. 32-34

This Other Invasion

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pp. 35-36

African Woman

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pp. 37-38

You Are Just another Human

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pp. 39-40

Chances!

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p. 41-41

Fon of Fons in Bamenda

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p. 42-42

News of a Colleague’s Death

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p. 43-43

This Burden

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p. 44-44

The Girl from Port Harcourt

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p. 45-45

The Dance of Life

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p. 46-46

AIDS

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p. 47-47

Presi-Who?

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p. 48-48

Being Of Service

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p. 49-49

Profaning the Rainbow

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p. 50-50

Strange Notes

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p. 51-51

The Mind

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p. 52-52

Reminiscing

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p. 53-53

Lucifer’s Priestess

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pp. 54-55

Our Tomorrow

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pp. 56-57

A Solitary Prayer

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p. 58-58

In Our Midst

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p. 59-59

God Is With Us

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pp. 60-62

Back cover

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p. 63-63


E-ISBN-13: 9789956792733
Print-ISBN-13: 9789956791835

Page Count: 72
Publication Year: 2014

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