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Togo - Further reading
Further reading on Togo
The Historical Dictionary of Togo by Samuel Decalo is a hefty compendium of the country's history, culture, politics and development.
If you can get your hands on a copy, Allan Wolsey Cardinall's Tales Told in Togoland contains a cornucopia of African myths and legends.
Would-be literary anthropologists will want to pick up Ewé Comic Heroes: Trickster Tales in Togo by Zinta Konrad, which includes the Ewé and English versions of 30 traditional stories.
George Packer's experiences as a Peace Corps volunteer in Togo in the early 1980s are richly chronicled in The Village of Waiting.
An African in Greenland is the most famous book by Togo's most famous author, Tété-Michel Kpomassie, giving the author's outlook on Arctic life.
The Birds of Togo: An Annotated Check-List by Robert A Cheke and J Frank Walsh will aid birdwatchers in their flighty pursuits.