literary criticism

The Dark Edge of African Writing

Most contemporary literature of Africa have been aided by thematic specificity on war, conflict, discord, and the resultant tension wrought upon individual and family on national and continental spaces. The Dark Edge of African Literature From the African Library of Critical...

African Writing Crossing Borders

Crossing Borders in African Literature From the African Library of Critical Writing Available from African Books Collective 'Crossing Borders' showcases intellectual attempts to commit the process of African interrogation of postcoloniality and postmodernity to multidimensional exploration of perspectives on black identity and...

Gender Issues in African Writing

Gender Issues in African Literature From the African Library of Critical Writing Available from African Books Collective 'Gender Issues' examines the ways in which some protagonists in African fictions are made to challenge and counter entwined western discussions on family, politics, gender...

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...

Preserving Oral Tradition in African Writing

Oral Tradition in African Literature From the African Library of Critical Writing Available from African Books Collective While much has been studied by literary scholars of the oral repertoire and its significance for modern writing, attempts to maintain a unidirectional study of...

Indigenous Heritage of African Writing

Indigenous Heritage in African Literature From the African Library of Critical Writing Available from African Books Collective Edited by the duo Smith and Ce, 'Indigenous Heritage' asserts that the spirit of Africa as manifested in her great cultural forms which first spoke...

African Writing in mode of Counter Discourse

Counter Discourse Writing in African Literature From the African Library of Critical Writing Available from African Books Collective 'Counter Discourse' reworks the widening frontiers of black literary aesthetic using the prose and drama fictions of Anglophone, Lusophone, and Francophone writers from Africa...

African Rhythms: The Vibrant New Literature

From the African Library of Critical Writing It has been argued that traditional literature in Africa, often called orature, has served as an instrument for examination of individual experience in relation to the normative order of society. It was used, and...

Postcolonial Identities in African Writing

Interrogating African Literature from Post Colonial Identities by the African Library of Critical Writing Post Colonial Identities is a collage of works which revisit the emergence of divergent regional and national groupings in African Literature along history and contact with the...

African Literary Journals for optimal reading

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