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100 1  Alobwed'Epie, Alobwed'Epie 
245 10 Crying in Hiccoughs 
264  1 Bamenda :|bLangaa RPCIG,|c2011 
264  4 |c©2011 
300    1 online resource (62 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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505 0  Cover -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Dedication -- 
       Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- My Little Song -- 
       My Song in Silver -- Seal Your Lips -- The Demigods -- The
       Past, The Present, The Future -- No Past, No Present, No 
       Future -- The African Press -- Of What Shall I Be Proud? -
       - Mere Nature's Call? -- The Election Day -- The Monument 
       -- The Unknown Soldier -- To The Youth of Africa -- The 
       Beaten Pen -- The Weeping African Child -- The Cry of the 
       Street Man -- These Tears -- Ode to the Vegetable -- 
       Prophecy -- The Collapsing Cliffs of Fako -- What Is My 
       Fate? -- By The Beach Of Victoria -- The Ugly One -- Adieu,
       Lady Queen (1992 Sept 4th) -- Depleted Harvest -- The Lock
       -- There Is Peace -- Where the Thieves Go -- Parcous Vita 
       -- The Way We Build -- The Chain -- Kick the Saint -- Know
       This -- Can We Ever Know? -- The Eternal I -- The 
       Scaffolds of Our Being -- God's Sons -- Hail the Rumour --
       The Eden of the Fallen Deacon -- Human Nature -- Bamenda -
       - Our Byzantium Day -- Bang Your Doors -- Our Nation's Day
       at Bongo Square -- False Friends -- Brother? -- The 
       Interred In Senegal -- Eve -- Ecstasy: The Cry of the 
       Street Girl -- The Woman -- Love -- Parlour Walls -- A 
       Broken Vow -- More Questions than Answers -- I Still 
       Bequeath to You -- I Work On Sundays -- World Book Day -- 
       Adieu Lambo John Akwe -- In memory of Stephen Edie 1962 --
       Back cover 
520    Crying in Hiccoughs is a graphic presentation of the more 
       realistic phase of Africa's politico-economic and 
       historico-moral evolution in general, and Cameroon's, in 
       particular. From the colonial to the post-independence era,
       the poet sees nothing worthy of praise-singing and 
       handclapping. So, he resorts to crying in hiccoughs and 
       invites the blind, deaf and dumb brainwashed praise-
       singers to join him in singing his little songs so as to 
       expose and challenge the demagogy 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 African poetry 
655  4 Electronic books 
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