written by Colin Diyen
This is a hilarious book of prejudices and stereotypes that make the reader laugh and frown, stop and think. In men’s circles it is commonplace to hear men’s talk such as: What can a man do without a woman by his side?; Women spice life somehow; they are like that type of pain that you enjoy as it hurts; or like pepper, a hot spice that many Africans enjoy in their meals despite its sharp burning taste. Of course, there is much more to a woman – her subtlety and beauty of being infinitely human for instance – than meets a man’s eye. If only men knew what women really think and say about them…!
|Dimensions||203 x 127 mm|
|Publisher||Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon|