Market of Dreams [NOOK Book]

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Market of Dreams is the first multilingual poetry collection by a Nigerian author. The book contains nine sections--Identity, Love, Passion, Sacrifice, Bondage, Salvation, Purpose, Hope and Freedom. Each of these sections contain poems that speak to the choices we make in the "Market of Dreams"--life. This collection tells the story of a child migrating to the West from Africa, coming of age, finding and loving her identity, falling in love, suffering heartbreaks that transcend romance into revolutionary ...
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Market of Dreams

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Overview

Market of Dreams is the first multilingual poetry collection by a Nigerian author. The book contains nine sections--Identity, Love, Passion, Sacrifice, Bondage, Salvation, Purpose, Hope and Freedom. Each of these sections contain poems that speak to the choices we make in the "Market of Dreams"--life. This collection tells the story of a child migrating to the West from Africa, coming of age, finding and loving her identity, falling in love, suffering heartbreaks that transcend romance into revolutionary politics, finding God, purpose, hope and accepting freedom. The collection includes a Yoruba translation of the Black National Anthem, Lift Every Voice; and poetry in Spanish, French and Jamaican Patois.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016565965
  • Publisher: Indigo Sine Press
  • Publication date: 6/16/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 330
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Ololade Siyonbola is a New York-based spoken word performer with a history of edifying articles on controversial issues surrounding race, culture, religion and politics. Siyonbola co-founded Exodus to Africka to facilitate repatriation and travel to Africa and cultural education for a generation largely disconnected from their heritage. Siyonbola is passionate about seeing African-Americans and the African Diaspora come to a deeper knowledge of self, heritage and history.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2013

    This book is so comforting to me. I have learned so much from th

    This book is so comforting to me. I have learned so much from the pieces and found an intense sense of pride as an African. I love it!

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