Pleasant Homecoming

Book Summary

It is an account of the author's visit to his native country, Ghana, after almost 13 years' absence. It details the quite remarkable improvement in the economic and political life of the country that had taken place in his absence. The book is not a dry treatise on the economic, social and political conditions of the country. Instead it is a journey of discovery in which one meets the people, wonders at the signs of new affluence-- the executive houses and expensive cars driven by sophisticated housewives--, travels with the author and his family to their respective hometowns, and gains a personal and moving perspective into the indigenous cultures and living conditions of the poorer farming folk who in some cases still struggle to survive.



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