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Female Subjectivities in African Writing

Female Subjectivities in African Literature From the African Library of Critical Writing Available from African Books Collective Throughout the rise and expansion of western civilization, women have confronted what they perceive to be masculinist repression in human society, especially where it had...

Nigerian government negotiates with Islamist terrorists, kills off Biafra agitators 

Note: Unlike southern agitators who are abducted and killed by Nigerian army and secret police led by fundamenta​l muslims, Buratai and Daura, working for Muhammadu Buhari, a tribal simpleton currently leading the Nigerian nation into chaos, today's Islamist Boko Haram...

Special Author Critical Supplements for students of African Literature

The special author critical supplementary journal project of the International Research Council on African Literature and Culture IRCALC has been compiled and professionally edited to provide a solid footing for higher academic reading on contemporary African fiction and poetry. Special...

African Literary Journals for your optimal reading value

The African Literary Journals have changed the face of modern literary criticism with bold integration of indigenous theories to spite the cultural myopia of Western nations. Twinpacks of African Literary Journals offer indigenous critical theories The African Literary Journals are here...

Cultural unity and the African Poetry journals

Courtesy, the International Research Council on African Literature and Culture, IRCALC, the journals of new poetry mark the dawn of independent scholar criticism of poetry culture  in Africa. Review and buy the current Journals of African Poetry Courtesy, the International Research...

Sierra Leone: mudslide was corruption and lack of political will 

The day the mountain fell: A look at how and why predictions of environmental disaster were ignored in a country recovering from war and disease. by Paul Glynn I FIRST became aware of the environmental crisis facing Freetown while living there in...

Burundi: A born again Christian president, a village tyrant

Two Burundi officials have been imprisoned after the African country's president was allegedly "roughed up" in a football match they organised. A judicial source told AFP the officials were arrested on charges of "conspiracy against the president"  President Pierre Nkurunziza is...

The Triadic Identity of Jean Toomer 

Jean Toomer and the Triadic Identity Benjamin Odhoji, Writer of the Year JALC 2013 CANE comprises poems, sketches, episodic stories and dramatic passages. Is it a novel? Does it reflect the tradition of cohesive thematic and structural unity? What kind of historic...

Literature, Leadership, Citizenship Issues of modern Nigeria

The Nigerian problem is the unwillingness or inability of its leaders to rise to the responsibility, to the challenge of personal example, which are the hallmarks of true leadership. (Achebe) Literature, leadership, citizenship issues of modern Nigeria by Chin Ce, 2005 Writer...

Neo-Colonialism and the African Writer 

Two Africas in One Joe Ushie, 2008 Writer of the Year  Writer of the Year, JAL, No. 5 2008. IN Africa, whether in orate pre-colonial period or after, literature has never been a phenomenon detachable from the material realities of the...

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