Voter by Chinua Achebe (1965): 10 pages, short story about corruption and vote-buying.
Creditor by Chinua Achebe (1971):
21 pages, story story against the westernized upper-class in Nigeria
and it's disregard for others, and its resemblance to the old british
colonials. Also against the lack of free education and the
unwillingness of the government to do anything about the state of
education in Nigeria.
in Chile by Gabriel Garcia Marquez (1986):
120 pages, I have very little sympathy for Marquez, but in this book he
basically just articulates the story which Miguel Littín told him over
a period exceeding 18hrs (which Marquez tape recorded). It deals with
the clandestine trip of leftist film director and writer Miguel Littín
to pinochet-ruled Chile to film an anti-pinochet documentary. An
eye-witness account of pinochet's Chile, it is also a help to getting
to know this amazing progressive film maker.
Shattered Calabash by Tunde Fatunde (2002):
50 pages, a satirical play written by Nigerian leftist Tunde Fatunde,
it attack neo-colonial regimes which, supported by their western
masters, loot their countries in the interests of foreign companies and
take their own cut in terms of bribes and general corruption and
deposit it overseas. It also focuses on switzerland's sinister role in
this due to its policy of fanatic secrecy, which has allowed it to
become one of the richest countries by benefiting from the stolen
wealth of dozens of countries.
Parachute Drop by Norbert Zongo: 162 pages,
from Seven Ghettos by Egon Erwin Kisch:
219 pages, a collection of short stories by famous communist journalist
Egon Erwin Kisch, they detail the culture and conditions of various
Jewish communities around the world as well as the roles of some
unknown Jews in history.
Day of Life by Manlio Argueta (1980): 214 pages,
To Bury our Fathers by Sergio Ramirez (1975) : 250 pages,