Anxiety in Mosaic

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African Books Collective, 2010 - Poetry - 73 pages
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Anxiety In Mosaic is a sum up of a man's fears and hopes into a volume of poetry; anxieties that span a cross section of the human phenomena of greed (in ramifications) and the resultant socio-political, economic and environmental consequences; the repercussions of worsted governance, feminist, ecological, emigrational and imperialist concerns, presented from the perspective of a philosophical questioning. The charm of these thoroughly vocal, finely-crafted poems not only lie in the quasi-compendious multiplicity of subject matter but also in their creative and innovative re-chartings.
 

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Contents

PSYCHOINSOMNIAC
1
ECODEVILRY
3
HORRID PROPENSITY
13
OF WIDOWS AND MAIDENS
21
MOTHER OF MEN
33
ALIEN CULPABILITY
41
MIGRANT LEARNER OR QUISLING?
51
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75
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About the author (2010)

Ngolle-Metuge was born in Kumba, Meme division of the south region of Cameroon. He holds a B.A in English and literary studies from the University of Buea, and a B.Sc in forestry and environmental management from Tampere Polytechnic, Finland. He is a teacher of English as a second and foreign language at Institut Polyvalent Prive de Bonamoussadi in Douala. He is married and a father of one.

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