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In the Chest of a Woman is a drama written by Efo Kodjo Mawugbe, a popular Ghanaian playwright. It was published in 2008 by Isaac Books & Stationery Services (IBSS) in Kumasi Ghana. It is a play in six parts, printed over 106 pages. It focused on women, male-female relationships, and female contributions to society.
|Author||Efo Kodjo Mawugbe|
|Publisher||Isaac Books & Stationery services|
A play set in the Asante Empire, In the Chest of a Woman is about a woman who disguised her daughter as a boy so that she became the empire's king. The play revolves around the girl's difficulty in life after she grows.
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- Mawugbe, Efo Ko̳djo (2008). In the chest of a woman: [a play in six legs. Kumasi (Ghana): Isaac Books & Stationery Services. ISBN 978-9988-1-1624-8. OCLC 704377522.
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