Homeland and Other Poems

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Africa World Press, 2008 - Nigeria - 66 pages
Homeland and Other Poems, Ogaga Ifowodo's first collection of poems, employs the idiom of stubborn hope and healing laughter to explore childhood lore, the pains and pleasure of existence, political heroism, villainy, love and tenderness. It is distinguished by a refreshing use of metaphor and an assuredness of expression.

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