Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Winter 2011

Publication Title

Journal of the African Literature Association

Volume

6

Issue

2

First Page

220

Last Page

243

Abstract

The school bell commenced ringing again one Monday morning, its tortuous peals signaling the end of our school vacation. Our versification of its cheerless, hopeless rhyme sounded something like this: ‘Ting, ting, ting Come to school, Face the lash! Come! Come! Come! Face the lash!’’ On and on it rang.

Comments

TELLING STORIES: Akínwùmí Ìsòlá in Translation “School Resumes” Being an English Translation of Ogún Omodé From the Yorùbá.

This article was first published in the Journal of the African Literature Association.

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