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Biography centers on an African author’s life as it alternately revolves around his native land and in a foreign county.


Old Town, Maine – WEBWIRE
The Life of Akoa-Mongo Kara from Africa to the United States, Maine,
and a Story Covering 14 Generations of an African Family
Written by: François Kara Akoa-Mongo
The Life of Akoa-Mongo Kara from Africa to the United States, Maine, and a Story Covering 14 Generations of an African Family Written by: François Kara Akoa-Mongo

“This book is easy to read. It is an excellent tool that describes the lives of people in Central Africa around 1960, when many African countries started to become politically independent,”

François Kara Akoa-Mongo shares the story of his life as a native African who migrated to America to pursue his studies and later went back to his native land. His tale vividly portrays his life in two countries: in Africa and in America.

The Life of Akoa-Mongo Kara from Africa to the United States, Maine and a Story Covering 14 Generations of an African Family reflects the 1960s African and American societies. It depicts the roles of men and women, the system of education, and the position of the church, including other issues related to religion, politics, race, and society.

The book also allows one to look into the cultural differences between America and Africa in the eyes of a native African. “This book is easy to read. It is an excellent tool that describes the lives of people in Central Africa around 1960, when many African countries started to become politically independent,” explains the author.

Political scientists, sociologists, anthropologists, and anyone who is interested to learn about African culture and its people should find this book helpful.
 
 
 
 
The Life of Akoa-Mongo Kara from Africa to the United States, Maine,
and a Story Covering 14 Generations of an African Family
Written by: François Kara Akoa-Mongo
Kindle | $9.99
Nook Book | $8.99
Paperback | $21.00
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online retail stores.
 
 

About the Author

François Kara Akoa-Mongo resides in Old Town, Maine.


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