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Literature/Literary Criticism
EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON MARYSE CONDÉ<br>A Writer of Her Own<p>Edited by Sarah Barbour and Gerise Herndon
EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON MARYSE CONDÉ
A Writer of Her Own

Edited by Sarah Barbour and Gerise Herndon

Emerging Perspectives on Maryse Condé: A Writer of Her Own brings together for the first time a collection of essays in English about the novels of this contemporary Caribbean literary and cultural figure. The editors’ critical introduction situates Condé’s work within larger political and theoretical discussions about writing by women, writing from the African diaspora, and global literature.
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EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON NAWAL EL SAADAWI<p>Edited by Ernest N. Emenyonu and Maureen N. Eke
EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON NAWAL EL SAADAWI

Edited by Ernest N. Emenyonu and Maureen N. Eke

This edited volume focuses on the writings of Nawal El Saadawi, generally acclaimed as ‘the Arab world’s leading feminist and iconoclast’. Saadawi’s concerns and advocacy for the struggles of women of the Arab world have progressively blossomed into a concern for the struggles of women all over the globe—the underprivileged, the subaltern, the disenfranchised, and all women suffering from the burdens of oppression, patriarchy, injustice, and dehumanization—attributable to feudalistic, religious, political, cultural, or economic systems. She aptly describes herself as a ‘socialist feminist.’
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EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON NIYI OSUNDARE<br>The People's Poet<p>Edited by Abdul-Rasheed Na’Allah
EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON NIYI OSUNDARE
The People's Poet

Edited by Abdul-Rasheed Na’Allah

This book explores the emergence of the award-winning Niyi Osundare, a modern Nigerian poet. It examines how Osundare started in Ikere-Ekiti as a “farmer-born, peasant-bred” oral singer to becoming one of the world’s most celebrated African poets. Osundare has won the Association of Nigerian Authors Prize, the Commonwealth Poetry Award, the Japanese sponsored Noma Award, and the Folon-Nichols award. He also accepted a Honoris Causa of the prestigious Université de Toulouse le Mirial in France.
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EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON NURUDDIN FARAH<p>Edited by Derek Wright
EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON NURUDDIN FARAH

Edited by Derek Wright

This anthology features the works of scholars from Africa, Australia, Europe, and North America, bringing together some of the many readings that Farah’s voices have evoked. In its variety and complexity of responses, the volume pays tribute to Farah’s versatility as a writer and to the multidimensionality of his work.
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EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON SYL CHENEY-COKER<p>Edited by Eustace Palmer and Ernest Cole
EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON SYL CHENEY-COKER

Edited by Eustace Palmer and Ernest Cole

Syl Cheney-Coker is generally regarded as Sierra Leone’s leading writer. Indeed, he is one of the most accomplished and challenging writers to have emerged from Africa in recent years and his works have deservedly won several literary awards. A versatile artist who excels in both poetry and prose and whose influences range from Africa, to Latin America , to Europe, he is arguably the most prolific, complex, popular and misunderstood poet to have come from Sierra Leone. His poems demonstrate a tendency to use poetry as vehicle to vent his emotions.  He is also a literary artist who is as much concerned about the role of the artist in society as with the nature, purpose and function of art.

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EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON TSITSI DANGAREMBGA<br>Negotiating the Postcolonial<p>Edited by Ann Elizabeth Willey and Jeanette Treiber
EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON TSITSI DANGAREMBGA
Negotiating the Postcolonial

Edited by Ann Elizabeth Willey and Jeanette Treiber

This collection of essays devoted to Dangarembga reflects the wide variety of readers it has attracted: those interested in questions of gender, nationalism, Postcolonialism, public health, systems of education, African Literature; or more narrowly, readers interested in Zimbabwean Literature and cultural production in neocolonial Africa.
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EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON UNGULANI BA KA KHOSA<br>Prophet, Trickster, and Provocateur<p>Edited By Niyi Afolabi
EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON UNGULANI BA KA KHOSA
Prophet, Trickster, and Provocateur

Edited By Niyi Afolabi

Emerging Perspectives On Ungulani Ba Ka Khosa honors the celebrated Mozambican writer, Ungulani Ba Ka Khosa, who was awarded the 2007 José Craveirinha Prize for his Os Sobreviventes da Noite (Survivors of the Night). Recipient of the Grand Prize for Mozambican Literature in 1990 for Ualalapi which was also selected as one of the 100 best African books of the 20th century, Ba Ka Khosa occupies a significant place in contemporary Mozambican and African letters.

 

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EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON YVONNE VERA<p>Edited by Helen Cousins & Pauline Dodgson-Katiyo
EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON YVONNE VERA

Edited by Helen Cousins & Pauline Dodgson-Katiyo

This collection of essays brings together new and exciting research on Yvonne Vera, one of Zimbabwe’s most influential writers. Vera’s landmark fiction explores subjects previously considered taboo such as incest, abortion, and infanticide. It also re-presents her country’s troubled past from the perspectives of ordinary people rather than official history-makers and politicians. The essays range widely across Vera's work including her five novels, her short fiction and her edited anthology of women’s writing.

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