ISBN 9789956558520
Pages 120
Dimensions 216 x 140 mm
Published 2009
Publisher Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon
Format Paperback

Whether Losing, Whether Winning

Essays in Political Realism

by G.D. Nyamndi

An enthralling journey down memory lane and up the future's road, this study of history, politics and the future reaches into the heart of human ambition and its hold on the collective destiny of any people. The fate of minorities, the quality and ultimate purpose of elections, the place of truth in human relations: these are some of the core concerns of this unique narrative. Although handled against the background of recent political events in Cameroon, these concerns are actually more representative of the African and indeed the human condition globally than they are particular to any specific country or context.

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About the Author

G.D. Nyamndi

G.D. Nyamndi is a critic, playwright and essayist of some repute. He is the author of a play collection, The Silver Lining, and of the highly acclaimed political treatise, Whether Losing Whether Winning. Babi Yar Symphony is his first novel, to be followed in the months ahead by another one, Dogs in the Sun. He teaches Language and Literature at the University of Buea in Cameroon, where he is also Head of the Department of English.

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