8 Books by Liberian Authors for Your Bookshelf - koloquadialoguesIt was and the country was caught in a violent civil war. Moore said. And there was something wrong, there were some angry people walking around, but we were mostly okay. At that time, Ms. With few ways to contact her husband and children, she flew to Sierra Leone to arrange for their safe passage.
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Before delivering a lecture at a university in Hungary two years ago, I presented some slides to the professors of the board along with two wooden masks I had brought from Liberia, holding them in my arms as if they were my children. The professors of the board asked about my choice. I chose them because of the power of supremely well organised forms, the unification of form and expressive power. These masks belong to an art with origins before recorded history; their images were chosen to illustrate permanence, universality, perfection. Thus, they are culture carriers across time and borders. They have a definite role in the evolution of culture, ensuring its continuity and bringing about innovation. A nation survives through its culture.
This is a list of Liberian writers. Morrison Jr. Routledge; Liberia listen , officially the Republic of Liberia, is a country on the West African coast. It is bordered by Sierra Leone to its northwest, Guinea to its north, Ivory Coast to its east, and the Atlantic Ocean to its south-southwest.
Liberia has been telling its own stories for many generations — be it written or orally. The world, however, at some point collectively decided that story could not be told beyond the vulgar violence of civil war, poverty, disease, etc. Luckily, there are Liberian writers around the world working tirelessly to create various range in the stories about Liberia, and from Liberia. We have compiled a list of some of these Authors creating compelling stories of fiction, biographies, memoirs, and everything beyond and in between. These are the books on our shelves which should be on yours too. She Would be King tells the early formation story of Liberia through historical fiction and magical realism.