Literature

East African and West African Literature

A Comparison of two child heroes in the novels of Ngugi and Oyono by LN Nwokora Full Scholarly Essay Available at ABC IN his work on Chinua Achebe's novels, entitled ‘Chinua Achebe and the Tragedy of History1,' Thomas Melone says that the...

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...

Imagining Africa in Western Narratives

Edited by Smith and Ce, the volume strives to illuminate the remarkable evolution of national literatures well beyond the history of conquest, domination and instability of the regions. Imagining Africa in Western Narratives Coming first in the African Library of Critical...

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...

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...

Mainasara’s Ethnic Propaganda – a review by Ubaji Abubakar Eazy

The First (Igbo) Coup d'etat in Nigeria--A. M. Mainasara's The Five Majors - Why They Struck is Mere Ethnic Propaganda --Ubaji Isiaka Abubakar Eazy Ad I read Adewale Ademoyega's Why We Struck a long time before now and found it an interesting...
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The Universal Laws will be enforced on this planet, no matter… – Sananda

When it all happens, don’t forget, that from that point forward you will be free, with no more submission of any...

Why you should be fervently against “mandates” of the Covid vaccine

No To Vaccine ‘Mandates’ & ‘Passports’! From the Ron Paul Liberty Report Posted on 08/01/2021 by EraOfLight

Western Eco-imperialism Against Africa

To truly exercise sovereignty, Africans must extricate themselves from the allure of Western leftism. It is illogical to oppose Western imperialism,...
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