The exclusivity of disciplines of the early school appears to be replaced
by a concept that anchors on a more imaginative approach to disciplinary
relations where borders seem to merge in their treatment of contemporary
problems such as feminism, or sexual discrimination, politics, nation building,
literacy and culture.
This volume of critical illuminations has sought to prove, against the backdrop of modern attitudes toward literatures coming from nations deemed "ethnic minorities," that literature in Africa has lived up to the challenges of the growing esthetic imagination to form an active, refreshing part of world cultural discourse.
SMITH, Charles and Chin CE (eds), African Literary Journal B5, IRCALC, 2005, 162 p.
ISBN: 978 36034 0 X
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