LITERATURE

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A release of energy

Nigeria, the Arts and Mbari.

A Review of Render Unto Kaiser: A Transkei Dossier
A Review: South Africa's Politics of Partition
A Review: Staffrider
A Sad Tale
A story from Tolstoy
Across Languages & Cultures - Creative Writing in English by Non-Native Speakers

A Conference on Trans-lingual & Trans-cultural Creativity, that took place at West Chester University from 24-26 October, 1996. The Theme was 'Creative Writing in English by Non-Native Speakers.

Across the colour line: some remarks on South African writing
Advertisement: The Delegate for Africa
Africa
Africa in rhythm and literature

Looking at music, television and culture.

African literature association 1997 conference

A 23rd Annual Conference of the African Literature Association hosted by Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan on April 16-19, 1997. Under the theme, "FESPACO Nights in Michigan: African Film and Literature."

African Literature Association 28th Annual Conference - African Diasporas: Ancestors, Migrations and Boundaries, 2002.

African Literature Association held their 28th Annual Conference. The theme of the conference was 'African Diasporas: Ancestors, Migrations and Boundaries that took place at the University of California, San Diego on April 3-7, 2002.

African literature association, 21st Annual Conference

African Literature Association held their 21st Annual Conference under theme, "The Postcolonial Condition", which took place at the Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza; Columbus, Ohio from March 15-19, 1995 

African literature association: notes on candidates.

Brief notes on Candidates in an independent, nonprofit professional society of scholars, teachers and writers dedicated to the advancement of African Literary Studies. Founded in 1976.

 

African Prose and Poetry: an anthology for schools
African writing: African or writing?

The Mbari Conference of African writers in English was held at Makerere College, Uganda under the auspices of the Mbari Writers' Club of Ibadan, Nigeria and the Congress for Cultural Freedom, Paris, from 8 to 17 June 1962.

Afrikaans writers struggle with transformation: signs of change ... but where is the action?
Alan Paton's 'Ah, But Your Land is Beautiful'
Analogy and aberration: a criticism of Eagleton's "Criticism and Ideology"

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