Black Africa. Special editor: Albert S. Gérard.


[Jamaica, N.Y.], [St. John's University Press], [1972] .

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Other Authors Gérard, Albert S.,
Subjects African literature -- History and criticism.
African literature.
Series Review of national literatures ; v. 2, no. 2.
Description 253 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction: the length and breadth of Africa. -- Lindfors, B. New trends in West and East African fiction. -- Harries, L. Swahili literature in the national context. -- Povey, J.F. "Non-European" writing in South Africa. -- Kunene, D.P. Problems in creating creative writing. -- Wake, C. The personal and the public. -- Mbelolo ya Mpiku, J. From one mystification to another. -- Moser, G.M. How African is Afro-Portuguese literature? -- Skinner, N. Realism and fantasy in Hausa literature. -- Babalola, A. and Gerard, A.S.A brief survey of creative writing in Yoruba. -- Scheub, H. Parallel image-sets in African oral narrative-performances. -- Jahn, J. Modern African literature. -- Clark, R.C. Review article: contrasting views of "black" African literature.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Geographic Area Africa
Network Numbers (OCoLC)357287
(OCoLC)ocm00357287
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