Black Gold of the Sun by Ekow; Ekow Eshun Eshun
Earching for Home in Africa and Beyond

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African Studies, African Literature, Fictional Novel
 

About Ekow; Ekow Eshun Eshun

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Ekow Eshun has been editor of the British men’s magazine Arena and is now artistic director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, where he lives. This is his first book.
 
Published January 1, 2005 by Pantheon Books / A Division of Random House, Inc..
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A writer born in England in 1968 of Ghanaian parents visits Africa hoping to find the source of his malaise and rage—and a place he might call home.

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She grew up in Manchester thinking both her parents were dead until a letter from her brother arrived on her doorstep revealing that her father was alive.

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Black Gold of the Sun: Searching for Home in England and Africa by Ekow Eshun 230pp, Hamish Hamilton, £17.99 Ekow Eshun's book comes in reaction to the pervasiveness of British racism, his brush with mental ill health - six times more prevalent among black people in Britain than in the white popu...

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