written by Alobwed’Epie
This psycho-anthropological and socio-cultural novel logically and succinctly x-rays the foundations and raison d’etre of patriarchy through the implied questions – Is wealth the basis of patriarchy? Have women any role in the system? And how far can a patriarch protect his lineage from alien blood? The extremely wealthy father of eight daughters protagonist Ndi, says yes, to the first question; no, to the second; and in the third questions he says, through dogged pursuance of looking for a male heir by any means; but his lone son whom he unknowingly begot in a remote village in his early life and whom he accidentally stumbled upon and adopted as his heir in his odyssey of looking for a male heir through a series of marriages, says no, to the first question; yes, to the second and to the third question, he says fate is the umpire; and succeeds in convincing his father that he is right.
|Dimensions||203mm x 127mm|
|Publisher||Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon|