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Emperor of the sea, and other stories by Obi B Egbuna ISBN 13: 9780006133278 ISBN 10: 0006133274 Paperback; U.s.a.: Fontana, 1974; ISBN-13: 978-0006133278.Emperor of the sea, and other stories by Egbuna, Obi B and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at AbeBooks.com.Obi Egbuna (955 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Stories (1970) Emperor of the Sea and Other Stories (1974) The Rape of Lysistrata and Black Candles for Christmas (1980) Non-fiction: Black Power or Death.
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The Prelude: Bloody Coup of January 1966 By Nowa Omoigui, MD, MPH, FACC In the Nigerian Army’s official history of the Civil War, Major General IBM Haruna (rtd), said: “The dominance of the NPC and the perceived dominance of the North in the centre were like a threat to the presumed more enlightened and better educated Southerners who believed.
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Joseph Conrad, “Rulers of East and West,” in The Mirror of the Sea (1906) True morality consists, not in following the beaten track, but in finding out the true path for ourselves and in fearlessly following it. Mohandas K. Gandhi, in Ethical Religion (1907) One may not reach the dawn save by the path of the night. Kahlil Gibran, in Sand and Foam (1926) No path of flowers leads to glory.
Obi Egbuna was a Nigerian novelist, short-story writer, and political activist. He was born in Nigeria in 1938. In 1961, he moved to England to study law. His first novel, Wind Versus Polygamy (1964), was developed into a play and chosen to represent Britain at the First World Black Festival of Arts held in Dakar, Senegal, in 1966. The play was then featured on BBC Radio and Television and.
Obi Egbuna, Sr. Memorial Page. 425 likes. Obi Egbuna, Sr., writer, artist and freedom fighter, passed away on Jan. 20, 2014. Join us as we celebrate his life.
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Obi Egbuna, Jr., was born in London, England, on October 8, 1969, and raised in Washington, DC. He received a degree in Political Science from the University of the District of Columbia in 1992. Egbuna is a founding member of the Pan-African Liberation Organization (PALO), established in Washington, D.C., from 1990-2007. He is also the technical advisor for the Pan-African Student Youth.
Obi Egbuna Obi Egbuna on the US Congressional Role in Destabilizing Zimbabwe. Bibliography. 1964 Wind Versus Polygamy (republished as: Elina) 1965 The Anthill 1968 The Murder of Nigeria, an Indictment by Obi B. Egbuna 1970 Daughters of the Sun and Other Stories 1971 Destroy This Temple; The Voice of Black Power in Britain 1973 The ABC of Black Power Thought 1974 Emperor of the Sea 1975 The.
The emergence of Obi Egbuna on the scene somewhat made him to be seen as the enfant terrible of Nigerian literature with controversial books such as Wind Versus Polygamy, The Anthill, Emperor of the Sea, The Rape of Lysistrata, The Madness of Didi and so on. He was an unapologetic defender of the Black Power movement which made him to run into problems with the mainstream media in Britain. A.