Themis by Isaac Attah Ogezi

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Title: Themis

Author: Isaac Attah Ogezi

Genre: Drama

Format: eBook (Kindle Edition)

Book Dimension (Paperback): NA

File Size (eBook): 934 KB

Number of Pages (eBook): 90

Publication Year: February 1, 2017

Publisher: Zakky Bookworld International

ISBN: 978-1520504063

Available at: Amazon (Kindle Store)

Short Description: Themis, the Greek goddess of justice, also popularly known as the blind Lady Justice, hails from the first generation of the line of the Titans in ancient Greek mythology. The myth woven around her in this play is aimed at bringing to the fore the universal theme of justice and its concomitant principle of equality of all before the naked eyes of the law which are the mainstay of the time-hallowed doctrine of the Rule of Law.
Themis is the mythopoeic story of the goddess’ passion for justice and equity far above primordial sentiments. It foregrounds the sacred place of justice above the wild call of consanguinity and romantic love. Told in a lyrical language that transports the reader or audience to the fabled Mount Olympus, the revered abode of the gods, the play demystifies the gods in the pantheon by conferring on them with some basic human attributes.

Category: Mythology, Drama

 

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2 thoughts on “Themis by Isaac Attah Ogezi

    • Unfortunately, Kindle eBooks aren’t available for purchase and download to buyers in Nigeria. So, unless you live outside the shores of Nigeria, in which case you can find it in the relevant Amazon Store, then your best bet is to buy the paperback from Amazon.com. They will have it shipped to you here in Nigeria. Hope this helps, Abiodun?

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