Disaster Motif as a Social Construct
A Literary Interpretation of Human Condition.
In this book Dr.
Wallace Mbugua shows how various members of a society confront the realities of disaster.
He examines the qualities that precipitate disaster and how the motif ties up experiences and characteristics that constitute human suffering.
The text also examines the various forms of disaster from spiritual, abstract material to physical.
Finally, this text brings out significant life lessons through the medium of oral narratives.
Wallace Kamau Mbugua holds a PhD degree of Kenyatta University where he teaches.
His main research interest is folklore.
However, he has an interdisciplinary approach to interpretation.
He has taught literature for over thirty year He enjoys reading and teaching Drama and Poetry from all over the world.