Books in category Literary Collections – African | Page 4

  • The Sacred Door and Other Stories

    The Sacred Door and Other Stories
    Makuchi

    This tale of temptation, similar to the story of Pandora’s box, concludes with the question, “What would you have done?” Makuchi relates the stories her mother told her so that readers can make connections between African and North …

  • Nigerian Chiefs

    Nigerian Chiefs
    Olufemi Vaughan

    An analysis of how traditional power structures in Nigeria have survived the forces of colonialism and the modernization processes of postcolonial regimes.

  • Devil on the Cross

    Devil on the Cross
    Ngugi wa Thiong’o

    This remarkable and symbolic novel centers on Wariinga's tragedy and uses it to tell a story of contemporary Kenya.

  • Feast Famine and Potluck

    Feast, Famine and Potluck
    Jennings, Karen

    Civil wars, evictions, vacations, feasts and romances – the stories we bring to our tables that bring us together and tear us apart.

  • Laughing in the Face of Terrorism

    Laughing in the Face of Terrorism
    Bahadur Tejani

    LAUGHING IN THE FACE OF TERRORISM is a collection of five books under a new title making the works affordable and a bargain for teachers and students of literature, culture, diversity seekers and the general public.

  • Eating Bitter

    Eating Bitter
    Kevin Eze

    This creative nonfiction single from Safe House anthology by Kevin Eze is about Chinese migrants living in Senegal’s capital.

  • From Africa

    From Africa
    Adele King

    Out of French-speaking Africa, from Togo, Chad, C_te d?Ivoire, Cameroon, Guinea, Congo, Rwanda, Djibouti, and Madagascar, comes the polyphony of newøvoices aired in this volume.

  • The United States and West Africa

    The United States and West Africa
    Alusine Jalloh, Toyin Falola

    The first volume devoted to interrogating the complex relationship — both historic and contemporary — between the United States and West Africa.

  • Le Langage et le Style Kouroumien Barbarisme ou Apologie d  un Syncretisme Linguistique

    Le Langage et le Style Kouroumien: Barbarisme ou Apologie d ́un Syncretisme Linguistique?
    Mawuloe Koffi Kodah

    These language and style assume a dizzy prominence in his last but one novel, “Allah n’est pas obligé.” A reading of Kourouma’s novels : “Les Soleils des Indépendances”, “Monnè, Outrages et Défis”, “En Attendant le …

  • Fortress Conservation

    Fortress Conservation
    Dan Brockington

    Includes statistics.

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