ISBN 9789956727513
Pages 82
Dimensions 203 x 127 mm
Published 2012
Publisher Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon
Format Paperback

Death of Hardship

by Ekpe Inyang

Death of Hardship kaleidoscopically unveils human intrigues, predicaments and woes. It brings into sharp focus the most dreaded products of cruel oppression, exploitation, and destruction-the worst forms of human degradation and sufferings. However, it also sheds beams of hope, celebrating optimism in the struggle and eventually opening the curtain to the stage of victory of the oppressed and impoverished under the shameless sky.

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Review

Death of Hardship is diversified in the titles of its poems, but unified in the oneness of its voice, its persona, and its themes… There is a single voice in the poems that speaks to children, men, and women from all strata of society on a variety of themes…It is a must-read collection for all and sundry”

Ba’bila Mutia, Dramatist, poet, and lecturer of Literature and Creative Writing , Ecole Normale Supérieur (ENS), Yaounde, Cameroon
About the Author

Ekpe Inyang

Ekpe Inyang hails from Korup and holds an MSc degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Strathclyde, UK. He has many years of experience, having worked, in different capacities, with the World Wide Fund for Nature, Wildlife Conservation Society, and Pan African Institute for Development—West Africa (PAID-WA) in Cameroon. He is author of several scientific articles and textbooks on environmental education, and has distinguished himself as a committed playwright. The Hill Barbers is his eighth play. His other plays are: Professor Adoniah, Beware, The Sacred Forest, The Swamps, The Game, Water Na Life, and The Last Hope

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