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Nervous Conditions

Dangarembga, Tsitsi. Dangaremba, Tsitsi.
(2004)  | 9780954702335 | Ayebia Clarke Literary Agency | pbk. | book | 222pp
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Tambudzai dreams of education, but her hopes only materialise after herbrother's death, when she goes to live with her uncle. At his mission school,her critical faculties develop rapidly, bringing her face to face with a new setof conflicts involving her uncle, his education and his family. TsitsiDangarembga's...

Queen Pokou: Concerto for a Sacrifice

Tadjo, Veronique.
(2009)  | 9780955507991 | Ayebia Clarke Literary Agency | pbk. | book | 70pp | Availability last checked: 6/4/2017
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Woven into the historic framework of the founding of the Baoule people by QueenAbraha Pokou in the 18th century, Tadjo's novel explores not only the mostintimate of relationships - that between mother and child - but also thetrans-Atlantic slave trade. A bridge between Tadjo's long and short fiction,...

Africa Beyond The Mirror

Diop, Boubacar Boris.
(2014)  | 9780956930750 | Ayebia Clarke Literary Agency | pbk. | book | 176pp | Availability last checked: 15/5/2017
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The media tends to portray Africa in a manner that grossly distorts reality. Thepicture they paint is intended to make people of African descent feel ashamed oftheir past and their identity. This is unacceptable and must change. It istherefore a moral imperative for all those who can make themselves...

Chinua Achebe: Tributes & Reflections

Clarke, Nana Ayebia. Currey, James.
(2014)  | 9780956930767 | Ayebia Clarke Literary Agency | pbk. | book | 340pp | Availability last checked: 15/5/2017
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Chinua Achebe is renowned as Africa's most famous novelist and author. He notonly contested European narratives about Africa but also challenged traditionalassumptions about the form and function of the novel. His literary life spannedover 50 years, from the publication of Things Fall Apart (1958) to...

Essays In Honour Of Wole Soyinka At 80

Agyeman-Duah, Ivor. , Promise, Ogochukwu.
(2014)  | 9780956930798 | Ayebia Clarke Literary Agency | pbk. | book | 244pp
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Essays in Honour of Wole Soyinka at 80, edited by two award-winning Africanwriters, is a celebration of the literary life of Wole Soyinka at an importantstage in his life. The volume provides the most extensive anthology everproduced on Africa s first Nobel Laureate in Literature and features 30 essayswith...


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