LITERATURE

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The strongest wind
The Story of an Afrikaner
The Story of an African Femme
The stories of two poets under the Portuguese colonial heel

The stories of these two young poets, one humiliated by surrender and the other degraded by callous injustice, are buy no means the most cruel in the Portuguese authorities' record of repression of African Nationalists.

The Soyinka Festival. 1994

Friends and compatriots of Prof. Wole Soyinka organised The Soyinka Festival from July 7-15, 1994 to celebrate his 60th birthday.

The South African Black Middle Class: An Annotated Bibliography
The Sol Plaatje Memorial Lecture For 1987
The Smile on the Face of the Botha
The schoolboy: a story

Fictional story.

The Rule of Law
The Representative
The real life of Domingos Xavier
The real life of Domingos Xavier
The real life of Domingos Xavier
The real life of Domingos Xavier
The real life of Domingos Xavier
The real life of Domingos Xavier
The problem with English Literature: Canonicity, Citizenship, and the Idea of Africa
The post-apartheid society
The poet and crisis

Black writers in America and Africa are approaching the point where their emotional sensibilities and their physical involvement is being transmitted with tremendous clarity and acuteness.

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