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Sheer Portrayals

“…For all those years studying past facts in Dakar, he was yet to learn the role the Senegalese port played in shipping people out. Or not, that the port had no place in the regular route they plied… However, in the sitting room Diouf stood transfixed, more often rendered akimbo, glancing at the screed wall. The wall had been stood for a couple over two decades. They were the bor...

The Child Character with Hitting Budapest

In as much as this piece is not intended a reflection, so total, an advocate for infantile representation in fiction. It is, rather, identifying and marking out the bounds of the different stages. However, this growing stage is denigrated because of its inexperience. But, we notice it’s an all-joy and most happy stage whose exuberance hits a possible reverie at a later time in life. In works featu...

Flash! The Seminar

           “It was that time of the day when ochre-like brightness stole on the earth like rays-when somewhat of an unusual scruple after a statistics talk was tossing us about; Jumbo and Slot, and myself. Jumbo was that soft spoken lad that every aura of respect hung stiff to, as though cologne. He has the lead. They have established both selves the strong...

Book Review! Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Eleven years on, Storeadtime floats a review on this remarkably debut still roving giant strides. It was smartly written, with its thrills and aawh’s in proper gauge. A fiction that sets in south-eastern region Nigeria, cutting across a variety of spheres as at the time, and into the future. Politically, the novel is well armed with knowledge of its colonial history, while confronting the upheaval...

Short Story Review! Welcome to Bay Area by Sowmiya Ashok

Welcome to Bay Area is quite refreshing as well as wholly engaging unlike the many oaks one might find around. It is unapologetically contemporary as it explores one of the major deciding facets of today’s world. That is, the world technologically reduced into a nexus of networks. With the Silicon Valley as base, breakthroughs are masterminded by unrelenting brains around the world to break barrie...

Book Review! On Becoming… by Toke Makinwa

This silver-tongued tale about the author, which she tells by herself opens up with a devastating confession, and the difficulty accepting a deed in uncontrollable sobs. And having the motivation to do what might be called the needful; “I ask him to leave. It is close to 11pm on a Thursday night but I don’t care, pg5.”  What ordinarily she could have allowed to lay bay as at the first instanc...

Short Story Review! ‘Greetings from a Violent Hometown’ by Ritu Monjori Kalita Deka

   ‘Greetings from a Violent Hometown’ is a short piece seen in the eyes of a young Indian girl, whose homeland is scattered into smithereens, so much she wants her father to scoop the family to America. The voice is a personal narrative in present continuous tense, dotted with see through words that go all the way to heaven and back in keeping the piece done and dusted. While being cult...

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