Wole Soyinka - Drama - 2002 - 77 pages
A Nobel Prize-winning playwright's classic tale of tragic decisions in a traditional African culture.
Karen King-Aribisala - Fiction - 1998 - 244 pages
A novel on the abuse of power in Nigeria. It describes a protest trip to the capital by a group of concerned citizens. On the way they air their grievances, which range from ...
Wole Soyinka - 2002 - 80 pages
New collection of poetry from the Nobel prize-winning author - his first since 'Mandela's Earth' in 1989.
Wole Soyinka - Drama - 1996 - 67 pages
THE STORIES: THE TRIALS OF BROTHER JERO. As Michael Smith describes: "Brother Jero is a self-styled 'prophet,' an evangelical con man who ministers to the gullible and struts ...