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The Sinking Ship: A Critical Analysis of Multiculturalism in Postcolonial Cameroon

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The Sinking Ship: A Critical Analysis of Multiculturalism in Postcolonial Cameroon is a critique of modern Cameroon and will be of interest to anyone with an interest in modern Africa.

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Stemming from the author's thoughts as a citizen and student, The Sinking Ship: A Critical Analysis of Multiculturalism in Postcolonial Cameroon, is a modest, but absolutely, undeniably important assessment of the gains, whether positive or negative, that multiculturalism has earned for Cameroon since after independence from Britain and France.

The book exposes this condition through an incisive reading of socially constructed literature and brings to light the idea that the postcolonial quest for a true national identity in Cameroon has been challenged by the failed rhetoric of a colonially motivated multicultural philosophy. The author therefore calls for a redefinition of the country s national identity in the spirit of unifying its alienated cultural dynamics into a tangible national nexus that works for all parties in the state. -

-Akem Henry M. Egbe (M.A., PLEG, Ministry of Secondary Education, Republic of Cameroon)

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