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Published October 1989 by K G Saur Verlag Gmbh & Co. Written in English. Bibliography, In literature.
author's works, and a bibliography of primary and secondary sources Siga Fatima Jagne. Subjects: African ography.
Each entry includes a brief biography, a discussion of major works and themes that appear in the author's writings, an overview of the critical response to the author's works, and a bibliography of primary and secondary sources. The volume begins with an introductory essay on postcolonial criticism and African writing, and it concludes with a selected, general bibliography of seminal critical studies. Authors, African-20th aphy.
This reference book surveys the richness of postcolonial African literature. A Bio-bibliographical Critical Sourcebook. These profiles are written by expert contributors and reflect many different perspectives. The volume begins with an introductory essay on postcolonial criticism and African. The volume concludes with a selected general bibliography of the most important critical works on postcolonial African literature.
Bibliography of secondary sources. Carol Sicherman, Ngugi wa Thiong’o: The Making of a Rebel (1990). 1. Epic in general 2. Homer 3. Virgil 4. Milton 5. The Mahabharata. 6. Novel in general 7. Fielding 8. George Eliot 9. Ngugi wa Thiong’o. Auerbach, Eric, Mimesis (1957). Lane, Richard . The Postcolonial Novel (Cambridge: polity, 2006). Varma, Rashmi, The Postcolonial City and Its Subjects, London, Nairobi, Bombay (New York and London: Routledge, 2013). The volume begins with an introductory essay on postcolonial criticism and African writing, then presents alphabetically arranged profiles of some 60 writers, including Chinua Achebe, Nadine Gordimer, Bessie Head, Doris Lessing, Tsitsi Dangarembga, Tahbar Ben Jelloun, among others.
African literature is literature of or from Africa and includes oral literature . Previously, Algerian-born Albert Camus had been awarded the prize in 1957.
African literature is literature of or from Africa and includes oral literature (or "orature", in the term coined by Ugandan scholar Pio Zirimu). In 1962, Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o of Kenya wrote the first East African drama, The Black Hermit, a cautionary tale about "tribalism" (discrimination between African tribes).
Thiong Ngugi Wa. What Is a World? On Postcolonial Literature as World Literature. Ngugi wa Thiong'o: The Making of a Rebel: A Source Book in Kenyan Literature and Resistance. Postcolonial literary criticism has been particularly concerned with the perspective of the migrant writer.