OUR SPIRITS YEARN FOR HOME fully fleshes out life and its vicissitudes in post-colonial Ghana ā€“ exploring mental health, gender, identity, fatphobia and adventure. It explores this through poetry, prose and commentary and is meant to be a book of hope and healing for the downtrodden in modern society. This book is a blend of fiction, poetry, and commentary and delves into trauma from a variety of angles, including mental health, sexual abuse, the penal system, fat phobia, homophobia, and transphobia, all within the Ghanaian context. However, the content is not solely focused on trauma; it also incorporates elements of adventure and hints of fantasy.
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