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Red Marks A Play against Sexually Transmitted Marks in Schools and Universities

Author Name: TV JONG | Format: Paperback | Genre : Dramas & Plays | Other Details

Red Marks is a compelling satire about sexual harassment, otherwise known as sexually transmissible marks, a canker worm which is eating deep into the fabric of the society. The plot of the play revolves around the personal dilemma of Laura, an innocent University undergraduate with powerful emotions and rare determination who becomes the unwitting target of the concupiscence of the self-righteous philanderer, Bao.

Will she succeed in escaping from his vicious and repulsive seduction and so preserve her virginity, or will she naively succumb to his lustful intrigues and allow herself to be deflowered?

The play gives a beautifully poised insight into what happens in situations where the powerful feed fat on the powerless.

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TAKU Victor JONG is holder of a doctorate degree in African Literature, specialized in orature, drama and theatre arts. He is a playwright and adapting artist of folk tales to plays, film scripts and comic strips. He is also an advocate for environmental protection and a peace crusader. He is presently a Senior Lecturer and Coordinator of the Performing and Visual Arts Unit in the Department of English at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Bueain Cameroon. He has written and directed twenty-four radio plays currently being broadcast over Cameroon Radio and Television Corporation (CRTV). Four of these plays: Red Marks, Bus Love, Green Bond and The Leopard’s Skin have been adapted for stage. All of these plays address salient universal issues faced by people in different communities. TV Jong, in Red Marks, decries sexually transmitted marks in academic institutions worldwide.