eBook Return to the Shadows (African Writers Series) download
by Robert B. Serumaga
Author: Robert B. Serumaga
Publisher: Heinemann (June 1, 1969)
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Robert Serumaga died in mysterious circumstances in Nairobi in 1980, reportedly of a brain haemorrhage. Return to the Shadows, London: Heinemann, 1969. African Writers Series No. 54. New York: Atheneum, 1970.
Robert Serumaga died in mysterious circumstances in Nairobi in 1980, reportedly of a brain haemorrhage Works. a b c "Robert Serumaga", in Hans M. Zell, Carol Bundy & Virginia Coulon (eds), A New Reader's Guide to African Literature, Heinemann Educational Books, 1983, pp. 482-4. a b c d e Simon Gikandi (2007). Serumaga, Robert (1939-1980)". In Evan Mwangi, Simon Gikandi (e.
African Writers Series (AWS) is a series of books by African writers that has been published by Heinemann since 1962. The series has ensured an international voice to major African writers-including Chinua Achebe, Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o, Steve Biko,. The series has ensured an international voice to major African writers-including Chinua Achebe, Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o, Steve Biko, Ama Ata Aidoo, Nadine Gordimer, Buchi Emecheta, and Okot p'Bitek. The emphasis is on Anglophone Africa, although a number of volumes were translated into English from French, Portuguese, Zulu, Swahili, Acholi, Sesotho, Afrikaans, Luganda and Arabic.
Return to the Shadows book. Robert Serumaga uses cutting humor and cynicism to be the storyteller of a country, which, though split by many forces, is painfully working towards a union of "body and spirit. He shows the agony of the individual caught between his somewhat shaky ideals and the realities of power. In his first novel, Joe Musizi, a politician at heart, must flee his country after a coup.
Robert Serumaga died in mysterious circumstances in Nairobi in 1980, reportedly of a brain haemorrhage. The Serumaga Organization, a non-profit organization run by Serumaga's daughter, is named in his memory. Okot p'Bitek was a Ugandan poet, who achieved wide international recognition for Song of Lawino, a long poem dealing with the tribulations of a rural African wife whose husband has taken up urban life and wishes everything to be westernised.
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"In his first novel, Mr. Serumaga has touched on some of those strained, unanswered questions that have plagued some of the independent countries in Africa. He does not in any way condone the innocent or silent, nor condemn the wicked or unjust."--WestAfrica
"Uganda as a source of the Nile has also been a source of great poetry, fiction and theater. Robert Serumuga is among the gems of Uganda's postcolonial literature. His life was a response to the Muse; his death was a response to martyrdom."--Ali A. Mazrui, Director of Global Cultural Studies, State University of New York, Binghamton, Producer, The Africans PBS Television