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The award-winning noted playwright here takes a comic swipe at ideological misfits and opportunists who strut the ever-accommodating political landscape of contemporary Africa. A former military Major, takes to politics. His motives have far more to do with vanity than patriotism, and his attempts to adapt to a situation he hardly comprehends produce highly comic results.The award-winning noted playwright here takes a comic swipe at ideological misfits and opportunists who strut the ever-accommodating political landscape of contemporary Africa. A former military Major, takes to politics. His motives have far more to do with vanity than patriotism, and his attempts to adapt to a situation he hardly comprehends produce highly comic results. His predicament is complicated by the unexpected arrival of his American wife who discovers two more marriages contracted without her knowledge and her husband beset by political problems....

Title : Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again
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ISBN : 9789781540035
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 100 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again Reviews

  • Spectra Speaks
    2019-04-05 13:06

    Ola Rotimi is one of my favorite playwrights (not just because he's Nigerian). I love the social and political satire that is prevalent in his writing. Plus, they're hilarious. Simply hilarious.

  • Zaynäb BookMinimalist
    2019-04-19 11:55

    The plot is maybe a bit weak, but somehow I really don't care. This is one of the best African Drama written in the 60's.It carries a genuinely crazy West African energy, and you can't help but adore it's fine disregard for Western realism. This book uses humor to point out how ideological misfits and opportunists who strut the ever-accommodating political landscape of contemporary Africa.Anytime i remember Major Lejoka Brown, i bust into laughter. What a perfect way to start my day lol.

  • Lanre Ogundimu
    2019-04-15 16:56

    Hilarious but poignant.

  • Betty-ann Ananeh-frempong
    2019-04-21 12:12

    This is a hilarious play about polygamy in Nigeria. It sheds light on the many reasons why a man may marry more than one woman and how although he may do it to solve certain problems in his life, may end up incurring more problems for himself!

  • Nana Fredua-Agyeman
    2019-03-24 13:18

    This is a humorous play on life and marriage. Click on the link below to readhttp://freduagyeman.blogspot.com/2010...Thanks

  • Darkowaa
    2019-04-03 17:02

    International Baccalaureate literature book for upper 6 (IB2). It was alright...Very entertaining.

  • Ukeme Friday
    2019-04-24 14:09

    I love this play by Ola Rotimi. It's an eye opener especially to the female to stand up to the lejoka-browns of this day and be independent and it shows us that we have the ability to be leaders too. It also emphasizes on how education can give a new outlook about life. After reading this book I had to go back to the author because it's surprising to see a male author writing on feminism and the pacification of lejoka at the end.One question that still baffles my mine is that what it the significance of the snake in the course of the play.