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Enugu: AKA Circle of Exhibiting Artists, Inst. of African Studies, University of Nigeria and National Council for Arts and Culture, 1995. 36p., 8.5x5.75 inches oblong, preface, b&w photos of the artists and their works in the show, artist biographies, AKA bibliography, very good in original stapled wraps.
Enugu: Ministry of Information, 1994. 28p. including covers, 7x9.75 inches, essay by Dr. Maki Nzewi, conclusion, bibliography, description of Mmanwu types, illustrated with photos of the celebration and of administrators, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. A convergeance of Nigerian festivals, carnivals and masquerades.
Abuja: Directorate for Social Mobilization, . 50p., 5.75x7.75 inches, illustrated with photos of leaders, very good in original stapled wraps. MAMSER is the acronym of the DSM's plan Mass Mobilization for Social Justice, Self-Reliance and Economic Recovery. Dr. Jerry Gana fronted the organization with miltary leaders running the show.
Abuja: Directorate for Social Mobilization, . 19p., 5.75x7.75 inches, very good in original stapled wraps. MAMSER is the acronym of the DSM's plan Mass Mobilization for Social Justice, Self-Reliance and Economic Recovery. WAI stands for War Against Indiscipline. Includes the Pledge, the Anthem, dress codes etc.
Douglas, Cork: St. Patrick's Seminary, 1980. 56p., mimeographed sheets bound with staples, formerly taped along spine, the tape now missing; address and postage stamp on rear cover. Literary magazine including pieces by members of the community on missionary work in Nigeria, local social work, gardening, and other topics.
New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. Hardcover. X, 115p., first edition in quarter-cloth boards and unclipped dj. The cover and dust jacket are lovely but textblock has a faint "wave" along lower edge; not disfiguring, not particularly noticible, but condition freaks may care. At writing Achebe was living in the.....
Ibadan: Ibadan University Press, 1978. xiv, 221p., softbound in trade-size wraps, externally rather worn (item belonged to an Ibadan professor of poli sci who probably read it), clean within except for the prof's ownership stamp in several places and old booksellers' pencilled marks, a servicible copy.