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Clash of the Giants

ISBN-10: 1468565176
ISBN-13: 9781468565171
Edition: 2012
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Description: CLASH OF THE GIANTS This book tells the result of Ethnocentrism and Tribalism. It centers around Tillikai, a Native land on the west coast of Africa. First, the coming of migrants to Tillikai brought huge setback in the land. The activity ignited a  More...

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Book details

Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 120
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

CLASH OF THE GIANTS This book tells the result of Ethnocentrism and Tribalism. It centers around Tillikai, a Native land on the west coast of Africa. First, the coming of migrants to Tillikai brought huge setback in the land. The activity ignited a war of vengeance between the Zondos and the Tislos, two of the fourteen indigenous tribes of Tillikai. The story in this book posed a threat to the quest for power and individual supremacy. It also addressed the early life of West Africans before the arrival of western civilization in the region.

Alexander Moore JR, born on December 6 1983, in the eastern shore of Liberia: Maryland County. Raised in Gardnersville Township, located on the outskirt of Monrovia. Parents, Mr. Alexander K. Moore SR and Miss Annie Brownell. I have many gifts and talents including music, acting, and creative writing. I am also one of many victims whose lives were tormented due to the fourteen years of civil war in Liberia. Consequently, I was once a refugee on the Buduburam refugee camp in the republic of Ghana. Currently, I am residing with my father Mr. Alexander Moore Sr., in the City of Philadelphia. I am a student at Drexel University, studing education.

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