Common Yoruba Myths & Superstitions

Common Yoruba Myths & Superstitions

by Wale Owoeye

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Overview

COMMON YORUBA MYTHS & SUPERSTITIONS presents extant traditional beliefs as cognized and practiced by Yoruba people of West Africa. 

Insightful, original and visceral, this vintage collection of Yoruba myths and superstitions is made especially for Africans in Diaspora and other cultural researchers interested in knowing about the ancient aspects of Yoruba culture that is still observed in modern times.

The monograph is by Wale Owoeye, foremost Neo-Negritudian and the author of Elere- Omo ( Spirit- Child).

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154916537
Publisher: Pipit Inc.
Publication date: 10/04/2017
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 94 KB

About the Author

Wale Owoeye is a lawyer, poet, culture activist and a publisher. Passionate about Negritude, he has authored many books in his name and pseudonyms. He lives and practices law in Lagos, Nigeria.

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