2 edition of Mammy-wagon marriage. found in the catalog.
Rosemary Howard Uwemedimo
|LC Classifications||HQ1031.U9 A3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||62000607|
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Obi and Joseph discuss marriage. Joseph says he's getting married and tells Obi that the bride-price was high, and he's uneducated with a low-paying job. When police stop the mammy wagon he's on, the driver gets angry because Obi prevents the police from just accepting a bribe rather than issuing a ticket.
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Obi, whose mother has recently died and whose engagement to Clara has just ended, feels tears spring to his eyes.
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There, after the usual negotiations we joined a mammy wagon to Enugu. In the Motor Park one could get a good meal of yam foo-foo (with either ogbono or onugbu soup), rice and beans and stew in one of the “Mama Put”  or one could buy akara balls or moi moi.
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As their tribe begins to welcome western education and culture, these two are drawn together despite the traditions that forbid them to marry.5/5(2). The man decides he would rather travel in a Rolls Royce than in a battered mammy-wagon.
As a result, he ends up in Abuja where he gets a lot of government contracts and makes a lot of money. Rosemary Uwemedimo is an African stories writer of Nigerian origin. Works. Manny- wagon Marriage () Akpan and the Smugglers () References This article about a Nigerian writer or poet is a stub.
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The program included a native marriage ceremony featuring the haggling over the brideprice and a choreographed Mgbaga dance which I led dancing in a costume and with jingles on my feet. It was very widely attended and the post-event party that followed at Africa House was gatecrashed by American students of both sexes.
Men travelled further, sold a wider variety of goods, often used motor transport - minibus, lorry or 'mammy-wagon' - and visited more markets than women (Table 1, 2), Road construction and women's trade: G Porter Figure 3 Aspects of spatio-temporal change in markets of the Jos Plateau survey area Road construction and women's trade: G Porter Cited by: The Bride Price.
Aku-nna fitted the key into the keyhole, turned it this way and that, pushed open the whitewashed door, then stood there, very still. such natural imbalance did nothing to disrupt the marriage. All it did was to make Ezekiel Odia acquire a funny way of standing on his toes when making a point.
A mammy-wagon lumbered its Pages: Mom & Dad got married in He was fresh out of Navy officer candidate school and going on to get his wings.
Mom brought into the marriage a convertible (probably an Olds, since that’s all her parents drove), and Dad promptly traded it in for a Peugeot Why, I still don’t : Paul Niedermeyer.