Inhabiting Love
  • Author : Solomons Abu
  • Release Date : 31 December 2020
  • Publisher : African Books Collective
  • Genre : Poetry
  • Pages : 60
  • ISBN 13 : 9781990922503

Inhabiting Love Book Summary

In this second collection, following his debut A Season of Tenderness and Dread (published by Botsotso in 2018), Abu Bakr Solomons continues his exploration of the unfolding social and political milieu -worlds in transition - both locally and globally; the threats and compelling beauty which coexist in these complex human tragedies and triumphs so that the past and the present intersect in the psyches and consciousness of individuals and delivery of social movements. Love always forms an integral element in these engagements of upheaval and healing. Ultimately, the poems assert that the manifestation of love, in its various forms, personal, romantic or patriotic, is more than a mere outpouring of sentiments, for love spawns a context - a habitat - in which individuals battle to converge or combat in order to define their purpose.

Inhabiting Love

Inhabiting Love

Author : Solomons Abu
Publisher : African Books Collective
Genre : Poetry
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In this second collection, following his debut A Season of Tenderness and Dread (published by Botsotso in 2018), Abu Bakr Solomons continues his exploration of the unfolding social and political milieu -worlds in transition - both locally and globally; the threats and compelling beauty which coexist in these complex human tragedies ...

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Publisher : Church Publishing, Inc.
Genre : Religion
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Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Publisher : Springer
Genre : Social Science
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Publisher : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
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Publisher : Univ of Wisconsin Press
Genre : Fiction
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