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TITLE:NO LONGER AT EASE
AUTHOR:
CHINUA ACHEBE
ISBN#:
0-385-47455-5
PRICE: $7.95
” In this novel, written before he was thirty, Achebe has created a classic story of both personal and moral struggle, and turbulent social conflict. Obi Okonkwo’s foreign education has separated him from his African roots and made him part of a ruling elite whose corruption he finds repugnant. “


 

TITLE:A MAN OF THE PEOPLE
AUTHOR:
CHINUA ACHEBE
ISBN#:
0-385-08616-4
PRICE: $10.95
It is a measure of Achebe’s creative gift that he has no need whatever for prose fireworks to light the flame of his intense drama. Worthy of particular attention are the characters. Achebe doesn’t create his people with fastidiously detailed line drawing; instead, he relies on a few short strokes that highlight whatever prominent feature will bring the total personality into three-dimensional life.


 

TITLE: DECOLONISING THE AFRICAN MIND
AUTHOR: CHINWEIZU
ISBN#: 978-2651-02-8
PRICE: $25.00
“This book is timely for the questions and challenges that Chinweizu poses to all the African people.”


TITLE: THE PEOPLE OF AFRICA
AUTHOR: H.M. SCHIEFFELIN
ISBN#: N/A
PRICE:$20.00
This is a collection of several prominent scholars including Edward Blyden, dealing with the state of learning primarily among the Moslems in Liberia. It is one of the earliest collections of studies concerning with the importance and influence of Arabic learning upon the people of west Africa.



 

TITLE: PRECOLONIAL BLACK AFRICA
AUTHOR:
CHEIKH ANTA DIOP
ISBN#:
0-88208-188-8
PRICE: $16.95
In this book, Diop compares the political and social systems of Europe and black Africa from antiquity to the formation of modern states. Throughout, his intent is not to provide a history as such, but rather guidelines for historians and others who seek a scientific understanding of precolonial societies in Africa, the Mediterranean,,, and Europe.


 

 

 

TITLE: AFRICANS AND THEIR HISTORY 2nd Revised Edition
AUTHOR:
JOSEPH E. HARRIS, ph.D
ISBN#:
0-452-01181-7
PRICE: $13.95
“Africa has a rich, complex, and compelling heritage. Incisive, authoritative, and endlessly fascinating, Africans and Their History penetrates the myths and shatters the stereotypes about Africans and their achievements to reveal an extraordinary historical legacy.”


 

 

 

TITLE: THE ETHIOPIANS AN INTRODUCTION TO COUNTRY AND PEOPLE 4TH EDITION
AUTHOR:
PROFESSOR EDWARD ULLENDORFF
ISBN#:
976-8166-00-2
PRICE: $12.95
“A book such as this has long been needed and no one is more fitted to write it then Professor Ullendorff… We are much indebted to the author for a book which is useful  the student and should be of interest to the general reader. —–Geographical Journal


 

 

 

TITLE: ETHIOPIA AND THE MISSING LINK IN HISTORY
AUTHOR:
REV. STERLING M. MEANS
ISBN#:
0-94839-030-1
PRICE: $9.95
“This is the reason why the so-called Race Problem has no yet been solved, as the Race has not found itself. It is lost in the wilderness of a misguided system of education and misguided leadership.” ” The object and aim of this volume is to show them in the light of History, that they may find their own way: in the words of our Savior –“And Ye Shall The Truth, And The Truth Shall Make You Free.”


 

TITLE: LAMU HISTORY, SOCIETY, AND FAMILY IN AN EAST AFRICAN PORT CITY
AUTHOR:
PATRICIA W. ROMERO
ISBN#:
1-55876-107-1
PRICE: $20.00
This book depicts the history of Lamu, once an important East African port city, now known as an unspoiled tourist destination and scenic location for Hollywood movies. For centuries, communities from India, Yemen, and Oman intermingled with coastal and central African groups. This unique situation provides the author with a vantage point to observe non-European multicultural interaction.


 

TITLE: THE SCRAMBLE FOR AFRICA – Documents On The Berlin West African Conference – 1884/1885
AUTHOR: R.J. GAVIN & J.A. BETLEY
ISBN#: N/A
PRICE: $25.00
Since the partition of Africa was carried out by European Powers, one might conceivably set it’s story against the canvas of European politics. This is usually done by a reference to the economic aspect of the growth of the European state system.


 

 

 

TITLE:ANCIENT AFRICAN CIVILIZATIONS
AUTHOR:
STANLEY BURNSTEIN
ISBN#:
1-55876-148-9
PRICE: $19.95
This book examines two ancient African civilizations. Kush and Axum, which were the most highly developed civilizations south of Egypt, but are often overlooked in modern texts. Stanley Burnstein has compiled and edited with commentary the most significant Greek and Roman sources concerning these states. the result is a fascinating book about the people of the southern part of the Nile valley, the gold mines of Nubia, and the Hellenistic city of Meroe.


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