On the Introduction of this book, Professor Said A.M. Khamis, who has also edited the manuscript, writes the following about the poet and his style of writing: Continue reading “Machozi Yamenishiya: The Epic of Mohammed Ghassani”
Books authored, edited and or published by Mohammed Ghassani.
Siwachi Kusema: The Freedom Is Jailed
Expressing our thoughts is one way of communicating and communication is, itself, one of basic human characteristics. A person who does not communicate – or is made not to communicate – lacks something so significant to their well-being that is similar to their breathing. Continue reading “Siwachi Kusema: The Freedom Is Jailed”
‘Andamo’: A Young Traveller on Journey
Kiswahili has at least three meanings of the word ‘Andamo‘, which carries the title of this book. Depending on which context it has been used, Swahili people use this word to describe situations or actions. One of which is the situation of sticking tightly to something and never let it go. Continue reading “‘Andamo’: A Young Traveller on Journey”
‘N’na Kwetu’: A Stanger’s Voice in a Strange Land
The poem N’na Kwetu itself, which takes the title of the book, represents the internal struggle of an immigrant in a foreign land. Continue reading “‘N’na Kwetu’: A Stanger’s Voice in a Strange Land”