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The Eleventh Commandment: Existentialist Trends in the Fiction of Taban Lo Liyong
(LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2012-05-16)
Taban lo Liyong is best known in Africa both as a prolific literary artist and an iconoclast with boundless independence of thought. In spite of his prolific ness there has been a noticeable critical neglect of him. He is ...
Songs for the Bride: A Literary Analysis of Unyago Nuptial Oral Poetry
(LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2010-06-03)
Style in African Literature: Essays on Literary Stylistics and Narrative Styles
Postcolonial and contemporary African literatures have always been marked by an acute sensitivity to the politics of language, an attentiveness inscribed in the linguistic fabric of their own modes of expression. It is ...
Reading Contemporary African Literature: Critical Perspectives
(Editions Rodopi B.V., 2013-06-01)
Reading Contemporary African Literature brings together scholarship on, critical debates about, and examples of reading African literature in all genres - poetry, fiction, and drama including popular culture. The anthology ...
Female Imagination: Biographical Survey of East African Women Artists
(LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2010-08-11)
The Worlds of Gĩkũyũ Mythology A Mytho-Structural Analysis of a Culture's Modes of Thought and Practice
(VDM Verlag Müller, 2009-05-01)
New Trends in Ushairi: A Socio - Historical Study of Ushairi;
(LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2010-08-08)
Book Review: Sitwala Imenda "Unmarried Wife" East African Educational Publishers Ltd., 1996. pp.141
(Kenyatta University Faculty of Arts, 1999)
It is common to hear people talk ill of polygamy. Feminists talk of it as a demonstration of male greed and irresponsibility. Some perceive it as an outdated c-ustom that has no place in modem society. Inspiration writers ...