A Basket of Flaming Ashes
Ashuntantang is an extraordinary weaver of words who showcases vivid pictures that compete with 3D simulation. Her greatest asset is her use of the beautiful traditional Cameroonian anchor that evokes folk tales with its moonlight romance and glory. You feel, laugh, weep, shiver, wonder, and hail the triumphant spirit of the persona as it navigates African postcolonial and global experiences with the melancholy of an exile who is purposeful, strategic, and a lot of fun.
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African Literature Amos Evambe Asoreh love Award ayingne nor chingne Balafon Bangles Basket of Flaming Bill F Boy Obama Buea Childhood Cameroon Anglophone Literature Cameroonian Cancer chingne kpa Chirpy Cheep Cheep Chirpy Chirpy Cheep color Crown of Thorns dance days can grow Dibussi Tande Ekpe Emmanuel English face Father Walter Stifter Flaming Ashes Fokwang Go to school gone Grandma Christmas hand Handcart Operators heart Ignasio Malizani Jimu Joyce Ashuntantang laughter legs look Mankon,Bamenda Mankon,Bamenda Mankon,Bamenda Manyu Division Mile 29 moninkim dancer moon’s morning Mount Cameroon nectar Nfugu Ngbokodem night Nyamnjoh Obasinjom palm oil Papa’s love Peter W Poems Province of Cameroon Psalm 23 Publishing CIG Research rape Research & Publishing school today Serene and unshaved sleep smile song Southwest Province Stories talk about Buea Tambong ayingne Taxi and Handcart tell There’s Tomorrow Tonight ululate Vakunta voice Wading the Tide wait wet the rose Where’s women words Yaoundé