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VDM Publishing House, April 2008, Pages: 120
Nsong Sougou and his wife Marie Colombe come from Eyemeyema Country. They meet in Bitanda Country and get married. When they go back home, Nsong Sougou's parents accuse Marie Colombe of witchcraft and reject her. Encouraged by her husband and her sister-in-law Ndèbot, Marie Colombe will eventually join her grandmother-in-law Mvam in Ndzisse Ngang village. Mvam first welcomed her granddaughter Ndèbot who ran away from her mother's house for being accused of witchcraft few years earlier. This novel displays the intricacies involved in allegations of witchcraft against children in postcolonial Africa. Are there solutions liable to help these children build a strong positive self-image? The work is addressed to scholars and students in African Literature and socio-cultural discourses.
Deniz ?all?-Çopur is a teacher educator in the Department of Foreign Language Education at Middle East Technical University, Turkey, where she teaches ELT Methodology, Materials Adaptation and Evaluation, TEYL and Teaching Practice courses to prospective teachers of English. The research reported in this book was her dissertation study.