Imitation Whiteman

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African Books Collective, 2009 - Fiction - 171 pages
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This intriguing novel chronicles one migrant worker's experiences on a colonial plantation in West Africa. Martin Tebi cannot wait to board a truck to the south where he hopes to become a pioneer at a newly established oil palm plantation. Once he arrives, he realizes that becoming a 'Big man' in a new environment would not be as easy as he had thought. Set in the South West Region of Cameroon near the Bakassi region, this captivating story told in an authentic voice that fuses Pidgin and Standard English would keep readers spellbound as they follow Martin through his many struggles to become the first African manager. The experiences of Martin Tebi would resonate with economically displaced people in any part of the world.
 

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Contents

Part Two
117
Epilogue
171
Untitled
173
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About the author (2009)

Vivian Sihshu Yenika is an associate professor at the Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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