Roland T. Dempster

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Roland Tombekai Dempster (1910 – 1965)[1] was an African writer and literary figure. He was born in Tosoh (on the banks of Lake Piso), Grand Cape Mount County in the Republic of Liberia. He wrote The Mystic Reformation of Gondolia in 1953. On January 4, 1960, he wrote A Song Out of Midnight: Souvenir of the Tubman-Tolbert Inauguration. He also wrote the poem "Africa's Plea".[2]

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Harold camagong constantino the author from cangin santa rosa laguna

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