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The real presence of Christ in the Eucharist is a term used in Christian theology to express the doctrine that Jesus is really or substantially present in the Eucharist, not merely symbolically or metaphorically.” —https://en.wikipedia.org
The Real Presence is a political novel, and it can be considered a sequel to Uhuru Revisited: Interviews with Pro-Democracy Leaders (Africa World Press/Red Sea Press, 2015), another book by Ron Singer. Like Bob Shepard, the American character in The Real Presence, Singer served with the Peace Corps in Nigeria in the mid-1960’s, during the lead-up to the Biafra War. Since then, he has written a great deal about African politics, history, economics, and culture. Much of the inspiration for an exciting and enlightening story in The Real Presence comes from the author’s personal experience.
Publishing date: May 13, 2021
Paperback: 236 pages
Dimensions : 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
The Real Presence is Ron Singer’s 14th book. The genres represented are poetry, memoir, fiction, and non-fiction. Singer’s work has appeared in journals, newspapers, magazines, and e-zines across the English-speaking world. Examples are Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Evergreen Review, & The Wall Street Journal (U.S.); Arts & Opinion, Carte Blanche, & Windsor Review (Canada); Bangalore Review (India); Transnational Literature (Australia); open democracy (U.K.); and Pambazooka News (Kenya). Many of Singer's poems have been anthologized and/or set to music, and four stories have garnered Pushcart nominations. He has also written the librettos for two (performed) operas.