The Literary/Political Philosophy of Wole Soyinka is a chronology of the literary and political savvies/activities of Wole Soyinka. His literary and political activities/savvies reached the acme in 1986 when he became the first African in Africa and the first African in Diaspora to be awarded Nobel Prize for literature. It was forty-seven years ago (in 1962) when the Nobel Laureate began his philosophical dialogue with his London landlady in what is known as the first telephone conversation of its kind. From the Yoruba/African perspective, he is a aBringer of Lighta and each chapter of the book is an indelible mark of enlightenment into the two main areas of the Yoruba quintessencealiterature and philosophy. Each chapter enlightens, for any lore that enlightens/widens peopleas horizons and presents food for thought is the beginning of philosophy. Additionally, and what should no less be regarded the prime, the book is a veritable dedication to Wole Soyinka who will be seventy-five in July 2009.