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Three Plays - by Yemi D Prince

Three Plays by Yemi D Prince

Yemi D. Ogunyemi whose literary name is Yemi D. Prince, is a luminous fellow, always fascinated by words, letters and books. He is a literary philosopher, a neologist and pinster who believes that plays are sacrifices that speak volumes to reality. He is invariably emerging (often with surprises) from the holy land of Ile-Ife, teh fountainhead of the keepers of traditions. THREE PLAYS is his 46th book he has thus far authored. Currently, he is a humanities professor at Foundation University and BIU.

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Three Plays on Paperback

Publisher: Foundation University Press

Released: 2011

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