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JO AFRICA is an affiliate of "The East African Library of Creative Writings" operating mostly online. It's the fiction trend leader that publishes creative works such as poems, novels, short stories, essays, inspirational and motivational speeches from both local and international up-coming and well established novelists, poets and essayists. The forum provides ground-breaking spicy poems, short stories, lesson notes and so forth and so on concerning literature that can help a student, a teacher or any other interested fellow who loves learning through works of art. Registration is free and takes less than 2 minutes. The term "Jo Africa" is of Luo origin literally translating to "The Africans" or "The Natives of Africa". The term was coined by Jonathan Tafreg, the proponent and the founding father of FICTION CORRIDOR, the East African based Literature Society. Join us today and be part of this prestigious avant-garde literature sanctuary.

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This is a free member zone whereby all members of this sanctuary are free to post their burning issues concerning literature including questions and answers, discussions, notes, business tenders, compliments and appreciations. The rest of the forums are less free especially concerning posting new articles or replying a post. Such privileges are assigned to the board admins only. Thus making this forum the only member level free posting zone. We thank you for your patronage.

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TAFREG NOVELS ARCHIVE

 
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TAFREG NOVELS ARCHIVE

...One day when he was on a holiday, his students paid him a visit. They found him getting ready for his luncheon, and they ate together, the National Diet. In the evening he escorted them down the road and Taugamma Express picked them up. On his way back he felt strangely as if an alien monster had possessed him, he rushed quickly into the house while thwarting and quibbling from one matter to another. Seeing so, Selina who was just arriving from Thule, an island six days north of Orkney discovered by Pytheas (4th Cent. BC.) She jumped out of her whole glass time casket and grabbed an old man’s hand. “Bring me a cinchona bark.” An old man whispered. Selina rushed to the first floor and crawled on all fours like a giant arid scorpion searching for her Quechuan purse. She scattered everything on the floor and there it was, a cinchona bark.

As he was chewing it, he pleaded with his wife never to time travel again, especially by leaving him alone in the house without even a mouse to give him company. Selina gave him a barbaric gaze, as if she wanted to swallow him. “Since I taught you how to ride that machine, you have become now a veteran time traveler huh?” an old man retorted. “Just last week you visited an ancient Roman Empire and met Julius Caesar there, you even shook hand with Queen Elizabeth I of England just yesterday, and here again arriving from Thule. I can read your mind, right now you are planning to attend the Independence Day of Tanganyika only to meet Julius Nyerere. When are you going to spend even a day with me? Or even cook for me? I am a university professor you know?” Selina remained speechless, just as silent as a Hebrew consonant. She then went to the kitchen to prepare her husband a typical Aleko cuisine. Sweet potatoes and condensed milk, an old man’s favorite...
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TAFREG POETRY ARCHIVE

 
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They will speak and whisper and gossip,
They will pray and blaspheme and worship,
All in all they are nothing but black sheep,
And we shall rise to show them our lordship.

It’s nothing but victory after victory,
Till they get it that we are making history,
Since they are used to old-fashioned things,
That’s why they don’t treat as like kings.

They will plot chaos and plans to kill us,
They will send spies and traitors to check us,
But again we shall put them to shame,
Till they find someone else to blame.

We are heroes and that’s what they hate,
We are legends and that is our fate,
But they always try to prove us wrong,
And that’s what always makes us strong.

We believe in God and not in magic,
And we pray that our end mayn’t be tragic,
For our deeds and our wishes are glorious,
So we shall all rise and stand victorious.

Thank you Lord for bringing us this far,
You’re our redeemer and our morning star,
We shall win this war and honor this day,
And on top of the world we shall stay.
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LITERATURE LESSON NOTES

 
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LITERATURE LESSON NOTES

Literary devices or literary techniques are specific structures that writers often use to add meaning or create more compelling stories for the reader. Some common examples are metaphor, alliteration, hyperbole, and imagery. These techniques can give the reader a greater understanding and meaning of the writer’s intent.
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