written by John Ngong Kum Ngong
In Black Caps and Red Feathers the reader is taken into Creature’s subconscious on the garbage heap where he is tenant, and where he recounts his multitudinous and gruesome experiences in Traourou’s underground prisons. Ancestral Earth, set within a traditional African background, indicts Akeumbin, the king and custodian of the earth of Allehtendurih, who is caught in the dilemma of stopping a plague caused by the reckless exploitation of the earth and showing affection for his fiftieth bride. In compliance with the Princes of Earth, the women who are the principal victims, bring pressure to bear on the King who condescends to the urgency of appeasing the Ancestral Earth. The common denominator in both plays is communal grudge against irresponsible leadership and its fallouts of indiscriminate victimization that allow for the anticipation of a new or renewed consciousness.
|Dimensions||203 x 127 mm|
|Publisher||Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon|