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Journal of African Literature No. 12 By Chin Ce (Eds)
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African Literature No 12 provides scholarly comparisons of authors and their oeuvre in this recent assessment of Africa centred creative thought and the expanding awareness of history, tradition and... More > space in African and African American writing.< Less
African Literature No. 12 By Chin Ce
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African Literature No 12 provides scholarly researched comparisons of authors and their oeuvre in this recent assessment of Africa centred creative thought and the expanding awareness of history,... More > tradition and space in African writing.< Less
Journal of African Literature No. 5 By Charles Smith [Ed.]
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The 2008 JAL contains fifteen criticisms of African literature by scholars from the United Kingdom, Africa, Asia and America emerging in two broad categories of National/Political and Gender... More > Conflicts to which have been added some proceedings from our Writer's and Chat Forums to make four 'grand' divisions of the Journal project.< Less
African Journal of New Poetry No. 3 By GMT Emezue [Ed.]
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The Journal of New Poetry(V3)contains scholarly essays and new poetic expressions from Africa, America, Canada and the Caribbean islands, in addition to a review of new poetry publications from... More > Nigeria, Guinea Bissau and Jamaica. This 2006 publication seeks to illuminate African and African-American poetry in a much broader perception of history and continuity apparent with contemporary poetic expressions 'out of Africa.'< Less
Journal of African Literature and Culture No. 7 By Charles Ed. Smith
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A bold attempt to commit the process of African integration in postcoloniality and postmodernity to the exploration of perspectives on black identities in contemporary writings and the interaction of... More > cultural expressions beyond the borders of Africa and across the Atlantic.< Less
African Literature No 11 By Chin Ce (ed.)
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Incorporating new insights and transformative perspectives on history and language; our scholars investigate tendencies and evocations that envision the imaginative articulation of African identity,... More > the contestation of language and history, the reassessment of culture and heritage within a tradition of literature for communal uplift and social transformation.< Less
Journal of African Literature No 11 By Charles Smith & Chin Ce (ed.)
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Incorporating new insights and transformative perspectives on history and language; our scholars investigate tendencies and evocations that envision the imaginative articulation of African identity,... More > the contestation of language and history, the reassessment of culture and heritage within a tradition of literature for communal uplift and social transformation.< Less
The Dreamer and The Oracle By Chin Ce
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Reading Chin Ce’s early stories in The Dreamer is to gaze into human nature which frequently mitigates our attainment of the highest ideals in life. In The Oracle, Ce explores such individual... More > flagellations within wider dimensions of cosmic interdependency. A Project Award of the International Society of Literary Fellows, The Oracle is dedicated to Chinua Achebe, the acclaimed father of modern African literature.< Less
Africa and Her Writers By Charles Smith & Chin Ce [Ed.]
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Africa and Her Writers is the tenth anniversary edition of JALC Contemporary Series featuring critical theoretics and reviews around the works of favourite authors of African and African American... More > fiction, poetry, drama and oral traditions.< Less
Bards and Tyrants: Essays in African Writing By Chin Ce
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This volume of Bards and Tyrants, coming from years of creative literary and social criticism, presents a bundle of Chin Ce's unique reflections on African literature, history and cultural experience... More > in the 21st century.< Less