By Carolyn A. Brown
A narrative of the miners who profoundly formed the method of creation, and the rhythms and tradition of labor and resistance on the Enugu colliery in Nigeria. the writer attracts comparisons among the studies of the Enugu miners and their opposite numbers in Scotland, Wales and northern England.
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