Forest Echoes Nol Alembong.
- [East Lansing, Mich.] : Distributed in N. America by Michigan State University Press, 2010
- Baltimore, Md. : Project MUSE, 2013
1 online resource (94 p.)
- Africa -- Poetry.
Cameroon -- Social life and customs -- Poetry.
- Electronic books.
- Forest Echoes is a literary quilt revealing a mature poet bestriding generations as he patches together a people's culture, their philosophy, history, along with their attendant woes into a subtle, sometimes disillusioning even, yet purposeful and poignant whole. Nol Alembong is not afraid to be himself in this work: a scholar, teacher, parent, traditionalist and, above all, an Anglophone-Cameroonian. Whatever the case, these are magisterial and equally influential individual traits that have merged into a united whole in forging this poet's identity and concerns as evident from the thematic p
- Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction; The Beginning; Forest; Forest Echoes; The Crossing; Living East of the Mungo; Remembering February 11, 1961; The Democrat and His Fans; The Sin to Glory; The New Prophets; The Plague; Tears; Sleepwalking; The Aerial Tour; Bamenda; Harvest Reports; Tug-of-war; Harvest Thanksgiving; Of Good and Bad Dogs; Saturday Nights off Campus; Asumpta; Lebialem; Bangwa Tiger; To an Ambazonian Warrior; To You, Florence; Cycles; Bridging the Atlantic; Speaking; Favourite Name; Song of Awambeh; Tekwombuo; Anqwa; The Celebration; Hunting; Tell Me
Who Knows?Green Call; Hawks; The Mosquito and Us; The Clap; Revelation; Glossary; Back cover
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