Ògbójú Ọdẹ nínú Igbó Irúnmalẹ̀

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Ògbójú Ọdẹ nínú Igbó Irúnmalẹ̀ (English title: The Forest of a Thousand Daemons; Proper translation: A Brave Hunter in the Forest of Demons) is a 1938 novel by D.O. Fagunwa. It was the first full-length novel in Yoruba,[1] and was one of the first novels to be written in any African language. It contains the picaresque tales of a Yoruba hunter whose name is Akara-ogun compound-of-spells and one of the formidable hunters of a bygone age, who encountered folklore elements, such as magic, monsters, ghommids, spirits, and gods.

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