COME TO LAUGH: AFRICAN TRADITIONAL THEATRE IN GHANA. Kwabena N. BAME.
COME TO LAUGH: AFRICAN TRADITIONAL THEATRE IN GHANA.
COME TO LAUGH: AFRICAN TRADITIONAL THEATRE IN GHANA.

COME TO LAUGH: AFRICAN TRADITIONAL THEATRE IN GHANA.

NY: Lilian Barber Press, Inc., [1985]. First Edition. Signed presentation from Bame on the title page: "Ms. Vivian Windlay, with compliments of the author, K.N. Bame." Vivian Windley was Professor Emerita at City College of the City University of New York. She travelled widely in Africa over 20 years. She conducted research, taught at the University of Ghana at Legon, lived in a small village, travelled around the country, and got to know the people and the culture. With a sticker on the title page stating that this book won the 1986 Ghana Association of Writers' George Padmore Award for the best work in sociology. Small 8vo., pictorial yellow wraps; 190 pages. Item #57142

Very Good (minor wear with tiny crease lower corner front cover; contents clean & tight).

Price: $85.00

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