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by James Olney

  • ISBN: 0691013101
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: James Olney
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Princeton University Press; Ex-library edition (March 21, 1974)
  • Pages: 338 pages
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After a general discussion of the African ethos, each chapter takes up the "autobiographical" literature of a specific group in African society and treats it as both an expr James Olney demonstrates that autobiography, because it provides the most direct narrative enactments of the ways, motives, and beliefs of a culture, is an excellent way to approach African literature.

Автор: Olney James Название: Tell Me Africa: An Approach to African .

In Heywood’s study, South African literature emerges as among the great literatures of the modern world.

James Olney demonstrates that autobiography, because it provides the most direct narrative enactments of the ways, motives, and beliefs of a culture, is an excellent way to approach African literature. After a general discussion of the African ethos, each chapter takes up the "autobiographical" literature of a specific group in African society and treats it as both an expression of a personal vision and as a revelation of a permeating social reality. Originally published in 1974.

An Approach to African Literature. Published March 1974 by Princeton University Press.

On sacred and profane love, with 168 illustrations.

James Olney (8 March 2015). Tell Me Africa: An Approach to African Literature. Princeton University Press. p. 60. ISBN 978-1-4008-7059-2. This article about a Nigerian novel is a stub.

Tell Me Africa: An Approach to African Literature by James Olney. January 1974 · Books Abroad. His other books include Autobiography, Metaphors of Self, The Rhizome and the Flower, and Tell Me Africa. After a general discussion of the African ethos, each chapter takes up the autobiographical literature of a specific group in African society and treats it as both an expression of a personal vision and as a revelation of a permeating social reality.

The Journal of Modern African Studies. The Black Interpreters: notes on African writing by Nadine Gordimer, Johannesburg, Spro-Cas/Ravan, 1973. Three Nigerian Poets: a critical study of the poetry of Soyinka, Clark, and Okigbo by Nyong J. Udoyeop Ibadan University Press, 1973. Pp. 165. - Folklore in Nigerian Literature by Bernth Lindfors New York, Africana Publishing Company; London, Holmes and Meier; 1973.

Published: 8 March 2015. in Tell Me Africa: An Approach to African Literature. Tell Me Africa: An Approach to African Literature ; doi:10.

James Olney demonstrates that autobiography, because it provides the most direct narrative enactments of the ways, motives, and beliefs of a culture, is an excellent way to approach African literature. After a general discussion of the African ethos, each chapter takes up the "autobiographical" literature of a specific group in African society and treats it as both an expression of a personal vision and as a revelation of a permeating social reality.

Originally published in 1974.

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