A REVIEW OF CHARLES EBEREONWU’S LOST LAUREL

Journal Title: The Dawn Journal - Year 2012, Vol 1, Issue 2

Abstract

Mr. Charles Ebereonwu the novelist whose work is reviewed in the following pages is following in the noble tradition and practice of those who have learnt to write out of interest as they discovered their talent in the creative domain. It is always precarious to traverse an unknown path. But no one would do anything new without embracing the element of risk which is always associated with everything in life. It is good that our writer is not intimidated to embark on the journey of learning how to become a novelist. Since writing is a very solitary business, by this review we intend to celebrate the many hours of solitude our author spent in the course of producing this work. 

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Saviour Agoro

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Saviour Agoro (2012).  A REVIEW OF CHARLES EBEREONWU’S LOST LAUREL. The Dawn Journal, 1(2), 49-52. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-93071