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Fishermen

John Hewitson

Fishermen

models river management for coarse fishing

by John Hewitson

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Published by Warwick RealTime Science Simulations in Leamington Spa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by John Hewitson.
ContributionsWarwick Real Time Science Simulations.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13763954M

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The story is told in the narrative present as a recollection of past events by the Fishermen book Benjamin, the fourth brother. Their mother, Fishermen book much of the rest of their community, who elevated a madman to the status of prophet? Its rising tension and poetic grace make this one of the finest novels to come from Africa in years.

Inexplicably, Abulu knows the eldest Agwu brother, Ikenna, by name. A truly magnificent debut. The whole Fishermen book changes, and each change is documented in the same naturalistic way.

A truly magnificent debut. Nine-year-old Benjamin, the narrator, is the youngest of four brothers. After their stern father is transferred to the city of Yola by his employer, the Central Bank of Nigeria, the brothers begin to ignore their studies and sneak off to go fishing in the Omi-Ala River, which locals consider a cursed place.

Abulu prophetize that Ikenna is going to be killed by a fisherman. Obembe, for blurting out the worst of it when he could have kept silent?

Every sentence delivers a precise and heartfelt blow. The brothers are from a well educated Nigerian household where the father works for the Central Bank of Nigeria and reads the Guardian newspaper.

A powerful, haunting tale of grief, healing, and sibling loyalty. Ikenna thinks this means that one of his brothers will kill him, and he gradually turns against them.

Themes Though the plot itself was a sad one. In a trance, he foretells the teenager's death in detail, adding that it will be at "the hands of a fisherman. Dazzling and viscerally powerful, The Fisherman is an essential novel about Africa, seen through the prism of one family's destiny.

Gradually, the mutual suspicions grow. This is a wonderfully written book with a simple plot that starts with with a prophecy. Nigerian Culture The story line is based in Nigeria in s and the political events that are mentioned gave me look into the socio-economic landscape of the country.

Hardly anyone writing today is delivering this level of intricacy, lyricism and control.

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