Liberian writers and their books
List of Liberian writers | RevolvyWhere are our intellectuals from whom we expect to see books written by them for our Liberian school system? Where are the critics who have long complained that the Liberian school system has nothing but out dated books? Where are the critics who kept telling us that books used in the Liberian school system are irrelevant for the Liberia culture? Where are our graduate and post graduate scholars who have expressed concerns for the lack of books for Liberian schools? Where are our Liberian scholars who are acquiring their graduate and post graduate degrees in Education, Curriculum Design, School Administration, and a host of other education topics?
Popular Liberia Books
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Liberia: Works of Young Female Writers Published in New Book
Finally, it has arrived and once more, the UK-based Ugandan writer has delivered a masterpiece. This collection of short stories will resonate with those that have left home to seek opportunities abroad, dealt with UK immigration, left behind sunny climes for dark and cold mornings, grappled with the realities of racism. Yet delve deeper and we see she is a troubled character. In this selection of ten short stories, Rania Mamoun powerfully captures landscapes, feelings, touch, taste and even facial expressions; a range of voices and writing styles that centre her Sudanese people. Although her work has been translated from Arabic to English, you get the sense that no emotion or feeling has been lost. Such is the power of her work.
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