Oberon Books, 2002, Softcover, 87 pages, 21 × 14 cm
Signed by the artist.
Ragamuffin was one of the eighties most successful and groundbreaking theatrical productions. Set in the Supreme Court of African Justice, the play presents the trial of Ragamuffin, an allegorical character drawn from the Black urban experience. Indicted for his role in criminalising the black community, he is defended as a disaffected black revolutionary, following in the footsteps of Haiti's national hero, Toussant L'Ouverture.