a good mourning
By Ogaga Ifowodo

About this book

The core of Ogaga Ifowodo's fourth volume of poetry is his reflections on the intimacy of evil, anchored on the brazen military annulment in 1993 of the will of the Nigerian people to self representation, echoed in other festering sores of the African continent and beyond. Experimental and traditional all at once, Ifowodo craftily draws the reader into the dark recesses of the mind where, he warns, that which menaces the world, which ''secretes the slow brooks of bitter blood, feeds the dream of murder'' lies hitched to every heart Noticed an error in this book? Send a mail to to report it

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