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Black By Tyler Mahaffy
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This is the first poetry collection by Tyler Mahaffy. Step into the mind of the writer and see through his eyes in the form of poetry. Witness his mind slowly unravel and crumble under the weight of... More > love lost and the happiness it had once brought. Get your copy now because this book first edition collector's item is only being produced for a limited time only.< Less
Black By Tyler Mahaffy
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This is the first poetry collection by Tyler Mahaffy. Step into the mind of the writer and see through his eyes in the form of poetry. Witness his mind slowly unravel and crumble under the weight of... More > love lost and the happiness it had once brought. Get your copy now because this book first edition collector's item is only being produced for a limited time only.< Less
African Literature - JAL 7 By Charles Smith (Ed.)
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Against the seeming devaluation of tradition by imperial cultures, this volume of African Literature showcases intellectual attempts to commit the process of African interrogation of postcoloniality... More > and postmodernity to the exploration of perspectives on black identities and the interaction of contemporary cultural expressions beyond the borders of Africa and across the Atlantic.< Less
African Literature - JAL 3 By Charles Smith (Ed.)
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In re-imagining the new literature and examining this expansive African heritage in spite of regional or national groupings, this volume aims at substantiating the cultural uniformity of Africa, in... More > terms of literary and cultural movements, and lending some inter-disciplinary insights on Africa’s prolific body of literature as a whole through the complex course of the twenty first century.< Less
African Literature - ALJ 1 By Charles Smith (Ed.)
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IRCALC has come with a new integrative and indigenous approach to Africa. And the onus is on literature to turn the searchlight on African thought. With the highpoint of this re-imagining resting on... More > the signification in folk literature in a manner of cultural celebration, the collections in this edition whet the appetite for an imaginative chronicle of Africa's literary progress in the last decades.< Less
African Literature JAL -4 By Charles Smith (Ed.)
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Here is a chart of the widening frontiers of black literary aesthetics, using the prose and dramatic fictions of Anglophone, Lusophone and Francophone writers from Africa and the African Diaspora to... More > embrace ten essays /reviews from South Africa, Nigeria, Cameroon, Germany, Canada, the United States and the Netherlands in this fourth edition of African Literature [JAL]. The essays are placed in three phases of current critical discourses involving rejoinders from past-present concerns, oratorical strategies of narrative, and issues of cultural and contemporary modernity.< Less
African Literature - ALJ 2 By Chin Ce & Charles Smith
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This volume is full of critical illuminations which show how literature in Africa lives up to the growing challenge of esthetic imagination in new writings to form a vibrant and refreshing part of... More > world literary and cultural discourse.< Less
African Literature - JAL 5 By Charles Smith (Ed.)
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Focusing on contemporary literatures of Africa with specificity on issues of conflicts and discords within Africa and the resultant tensions wrought on individual and family on national and... More > continental scales, this volume proposes arguments or theories for the interpretation or exposition of Africa's modern fictions through several ages in history.< Less
African Literature - JAL 6 By Charles Smith (Ed.)
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In this volume scholars have strived to adopt innovative and multilayered perspectives on orality or indigeneity and its manifestations on contemporary African and new literatures. Thus this is an... More > important contribution which integrates the oral traditions of African writing within new and relevant contemporary expressions through exploring the literary permutations of oral traditional performance in the works of African writers.< Less

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