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February 21, 2008

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Nga Adolph

Thanks Dibussi for wetting our appetites once more by serving us with memories of "Things Fall Apart".Remember how as literature students excitement hung in the air whenever it was time for "Things Fall Apart".Remember the funny scene where on the instruction of the Oracle the people of Abame after killing the white man tied his bicycle which they termed "iron horse" to a tree.Their intention was to prevent the "iron horse" from returning to inform the other whitemen of what had happened.Funny!!!
However still can't remember what this quote meant,"Living fire begets cold,impotent ash"

Nga Adolph,
Leuven_Belgium

paulo laurent

POLITICAL CORRECTNESS IS WHATS KILLING THESE DEMI-LITRATES CALLED PHDS.
LOOK AT A SOUTHERN CAMEROONINANS WHO CALLED HER SELF (ANGLOPHONE)BEFORE A NIGERIAN, ONLY FOR A NIGERIA TO CALLED HER A SOUTHERN CAMEROONIAN.

SURELLY BATE BESONG WILL NOT BE REMEMBER IN A STATE UNDER MILITARY AND APPRATHEID COLONIZATION LIKE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS. EXCEPT AFTER COMPLETE INDEPENDENCE FROM FRENCH CAMEROON.

paulo laurent

POLITICAL CORRECTNESS IS WHATS KILLING THESE DEMI-LITRATES CALLED PHDS.
LOOK AT A SOUTHERN CAMEROONINANS WHO CALLED HER SELF (ANGLOPHONE)BEFORE A NIGERIAN, ONLY FOR A NIGERIA TO CALLED HER A SOUTHERN CAMEROONIAN.

SURELLY BATE BESONG WILL NOT BE REMEMBER IN A STATE UNDER MILITARY AND APPRATHEID COLONIZATION LIKE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS. EXCEPT AFTER COMPLETE INDEPENDENCE FROM FRENCH CAMEROON.

Neha Sharma

It is one of those books which you don't leave a grip.The story of tribes and their living is narrated beautifully and invasion of Christianity on tribal beliefs is written in a heart rendering manner.If you want to read a book that is not regular,you should definitely pick this up.

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