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Africa Speaks A Continent's Agony in Poetic Form

by Toris Okotie

Africa Speaks A Continent's Agony in Poetic Form Synopsis

In a century where civilization rapidly takes over our time, people in search of what the future might be and rather ignoring the past, A Africa SpeaksA is a collection of poems that travels back to the past in a time where slavery was part of the stock market, it explores the ways of the African people, uncovering the lost pages of history. A Africa my AfricaA one of the featured poems, commerce the book by reminding readers of the great nations of Africa involved in the slave trade, while A The Children of AfricaA vividly elaborate on the ways of the African children as carried forward to this day. This 94 pages of forgetting history is not only written for blacks or the descendant of former slaves, instead it is written for any who wishes to take a glimpse at the past and remind ourselves of what we have left behind instead of searching for the future when we clearly know that without the past, there is no future.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781411601758
Publication date: 8th September 2003
Author: Toris Okotie
Publisher: Lulu.com
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 93 pages
Categories: Poetry,

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