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eBook Simbi and the Satyr of the Dark Jungle ePub

by Amos Tutuola

  • ISBN: 0872862143
  • Category: British and Irish
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Amos Tutuola
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: City Lights Publishers; Reprint edition (June 1, 1988)
  • Pages: 136
  • ePub book: 1242 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1485 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The tale of Simbi, a rich and beautiful girl with a wonderful singing voice. She tires of her comfortable lifestyle.

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CHAPTER SIX: The Town of the Multi-Coloured People. CHAPTER SEVEN: Simbi fought with the Satyr of the Dark Jungle. CHAPTER EIGHT: Simbi became the wife of the Woodcutter. CHAPTER NINE: For me and for my Gods. CHAPTER TEN: Simbi back to the Dark Jungle. CHAPTER ELEVEN: Simbi and the Satyr of the Dark Jungle. CHAPTER TWELVE: Simbi and Rali returned to their village safely.

Amos Tutuola (20 June 1920 – 8 June 1997) was a Nigerian writer who wrote books based in part on Yoruba folk-tales. Tutuola was born in Wasinmi, a village just a few miles outside of Abeokuta, Nigeria, in 1920, where his parents Charles Tutuola Odegbami and Esther Aina Odegbami - who were Yoruba Christian cocoa farmers - lived. His grandfather the Odafin Odegbami (c. 1842-1934), patriarch of the Odegbami clan, was a chieftain of the Egba people

Amos Tutuola (20 June 1920 – 8 June 1997) was a Nigerian writer famous for his books based in part on Yoruba folk-tales. Despite his short formal education, Tutuola wrote his novels in English. His writing's grammar often relies more on Yoruba orality than on standard English.

Amos Tutuola (20 June 1920 – 8 June 1997) was a Nigerian writer famous for his books based in part on Yoruba folk-tales. Books by Amos Tutuola

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This is the story of Ajaiyi, a man born into poverty who is determined to improve his situation. Simbi and the Satyr of the Dark Jungle is the fabulous tale of Simbi, a rich and beautiful girl with a wonderful singing voice

This is the story of Ajaiyi, a man born into poverty who is determined to improve his situation. In the hope of finding the money he needs, he travels through unfamiliar lands filled with strange creatures. He meets the Spirit of Fire with its huge feathered head and flaming body, and receives assistance from a wizard and a unicorn. Yet, in the end, the answer to his woes is not far from home. Simbi and the Satyr of the Dark Jungle is the fabulous tale of Simbi, a rich and beautiful girl with a wonderful singing voice. She tires of her comfortable lifestyle, and decides that she must come to know poverty and punishment.

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Amos Tutuola was born in Abeokuta, Nigeria, in 1920. His first novel, The Palm-Wine Drinkard, was acquired by T. S. Eliot and published by Faber in 1952. Include any personal information. His last book, The Village Witch Doctor and Other Stories, was published in 1990. He died in Ibadan in 1997. Format Paperback 144 pages.

The heroine of Simbi & the Satyr of the Dark Jungle is the only daughter of a wealthy woman, the most beautiful girl in her . Amos Tutuola was born in Abeokuta, Nigeria, in 1920. The son of a cocoa farmer, he attended several schools before training as a blacksmith

The heroine of Simbi & the Satyr of the Dark Jungle is the only daughter of a wealthy woman, the most beautiful girl in her village and a wonderful singer. Disenchanted with her privileged existence and her mother's wealth, she embarks on a journey of self-discovery, determined to know and experience Poverty and Punishment. The son of a cocoa farmer, he attended several schools before training as a blacksmith. He later worked as a civil servant. His first novel, The Palm-Wine Drinkard, was published in 1952 and brought him international recognition.

The heroine of Simbi & the Satyr of the Dark Jungle is the only daughter of a wealthy woman, the most beautiful girl in her village and a wonderful singer. Disenchanted with her privileged existence and her mother's wealth, she embarks on a journey of self-discovery, determined to know and experience Poverty and Punishment. She got just what she asked for - and more - as the story tells, in bewildering detail and with terrifying imagination and comic invention, how she got it and how in the end she escaped from it. "...only a dullard who has buried his childhood under several mountains of best-selling prose could fail to respond to Tutuola's naive poetry." The New York Times