4 edition of Ogun Abibimañ found in the catalog.
by Ravan Press in association with Rex Collings, London in Johannesburg
Written in English
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Ogun Abibimañ by Wole Soyinka and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The second Ogun Abibimañ book of this landmark work is enhanced by new chapters on Ogun worship in the New World. From reviews of the first edition: " an ethnographically rich contribution to the historical understanding of West African culture, as well as an exploration of the continued vitality of that culture in the changing environments of the Americas.".
North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University. Over the centuries, the inter-cultural exhanges between the Vodoun cultures of West Africa, and the Yoruba Ifa'Orisha tradition is well documented.
While the Yoruba have assimilated West African Vodoun Spirits such Ogun Abibimañ book Nana Bu'ku, Babaluaiye, Osumare, and several others, into their Orisha pantheon, the Dahomean and other West African Vodoun cultures have incorporated the Yoruba Orisha of Ogun.
Ogun (also known Oggun, Ogum, or Ogou) is a warrior orisha in the Yoruban religion and its diaspora in the Americas, along with Eleggua and is a talented blacksmith, a crafter of tools, and the father of technology. He is the cutting edge of the knife that can be used either to heal or hurt.
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Ogun Ode is always in hunt with Ochosi looking for game to hunt. He is very swift with his actions and he has a hard hand when it comes to justice. He is a sorcerer and knows the secret of the woods.
Ogun Oke Owner of the forest. This path knows every inch of the forest. The beginning and the end alongside with every plant and animal that grows. Overview The poem is about the poet's uncle, and how the modern world has spurned his craftsmen's skills.
Despite his skill, the uncle is poor and 'most days he was hungry'. His workshop where he could bring wood to life is 'shattered'. The result of this poverty and disregard is that the uncle turns inwards and works on a carving, a sculpture that becomes the 'image of his anger'.
Ogun is one such reification. Mythology then springs from such endowment, and with its proliferating rituals, song, poetry, drama and indeed experiencing at intense moments of self-identification. Yes, Ogun is manifestly my demiurge – the deity of the lyric and of metallurgy, the dynamic contradiction between solitude and the combative.
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Following the myths to their source in history is a labyrinthine pursuit. It takes more than education and hardwork - it takes some element of luck - to pluck the gem out of mushy mythology.
It is such luck that I think is not pressed home in the book AFRICA S OGUN:Old World And New edited by Sandra T. Barnes(Indiana University Press, ). In one of the Oracle’s articles, “How Oba Lipede restored the glory of Egbaland “which was published by the Vanguard newspaper in May 5ththe Oracle gave the genesis of the state from Februaryhe also mentioned the history behind the problems of growth in Ogun State, sinceit formed the foundation of the book which was.
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What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Ogun Abibimañ (London: Collings, ); The program contained some poems that are now familiar, including “Telephone Conversation” (in A Book of African Verse, ) and “Alagemo,” which appears as a prefatory poem to the published version of The Road ().
The program also included a few Yoruba folk songs and Negro spirituals. Ogun Bi. Somos una empresa dedicada a la elaboración de proyectos arquitectónicos siendo especialistas en la construcción de obra comercial y residencial.
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