Pauper, Brawler, And Slanderer by Amos Tutuola
Amos Tutuola’s tales, drawing on the Yoruba folk tradition and the unique rhythms and idiom of Nigerian English, combine the resonance of universal myth with airs on a range of human vagaries. The leading characters here, as signalled by their nicknames, have all been rejected by patrician parents and forced to set out on what becomes a ‘non-return’ journey–in the visible sense, at least.
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