6 edition of Postcolonial African writers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -489) and index.
|Statement||edited by Pushpa Naidu Parekh and Siga Fatima Jagne ; foreword by Carole Boyce Davies.|
|Contributions||Parekh, Pushpa Naidu, 1957-, Jagne, Siga Fatima.|
|LC Classifications||PL8010 .P585 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 525 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||525|
|LC Control Number||97005856|
An Introduction to Post-Colonialism, Post-colonial Theory and. Post-colonial Literature. Where does it come from? Post-colonial literature comes from Britain's former colonies in the Caribbean, Africa and India. Many post-colonial writers write in English and focus on common themes such asFile Size: 38KB. Published online: 29 Aug See all volumes and issues. Vol Vol
Contributors Susan Bassnettis Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Warwick. She is the author of Translation Studies (3rd ed., ) and Postcolonial Translation: Theory and Practice() with Harish Trivedi. Recent books include The Translator as Writer() with Peter Bush; Global News Translation() with Esperança Bielsa, and Ted. Postcolonial Identity in Wole Soyinka is a major and imaginative contribution to the study of Wole Soyinka, African literature, and postcolonial cultural theory and one in which writing and creativity stand in fruitful symbiosis with the critical sense. It should appeal to Soyinka scholars, to students of African literature, and to anyone Cited by: 9.
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Postcolonial African Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook (Parliaments and Legislatures) by Siga Fatima Jagne (Author), Pushpa Parekh (Author)Cited by: Postcolonial African writers have made an enormous contribution to world literature.
These writers frequently examine such issues as emerging identities in the postcolonial climate, neo-colonialism 3/5(2). The most recent addition to this body of literature is Caroline Davis' excellent book Creating Postcolonial Literature: African Writers and British Postcolonial African writers book - Walter Bgoya, speaking at the Africa Studies Association UK conference, Sussex University, September Cited by: 9.
Postcolonial African writers have made an enormous contribution to world literature. These writers frequently examine such issues as emerging identities in the postcolonial climate, neo-colonialism and new forms of oppression, cultural and political hegemonies, neo-elitism, language appropriation, and economic instability.
The volume begins with an introductory essay on postcolonial criticism and African writing, then presents alphabetically arranged profiles of some 60 writers, including Chinua Achebe, Nadine 5/5(1).
Chinua Achebe's such a big deal that people often call him the "father of modern African literature." He was a Nigerian writer who was one of the first to write a postcolonial novel that said, basically, "screw you" to Nigeria's British colonizers.
Chances are that if you haven't read the. The novel is an example of African postcolonial literature, a genre that has grown in size and recognition since the mids as African people have been able to share their often unheard stories of imperialism from the perspective of the colonized.
The novel is frequently assigned for reading in courses on world literature and African studies. About the Book: The series is one of the few works of postcolonial African fiction that focuses almost entirely on the middle class. Although not entirely autobiographical, the story is based on the author’s life in Côte d’Ivoire.
Aya of Yop City is the second of three books in the Abouet’s Aya series, each based on the same characters. Using case studies, this book explores the publishing of African literature, addressing the construction of literary value, relationships between African writers and British publishers, and importance of the African market.
It analyses the historical, political and economic conditions framing the emergence of postcolonial literature. "Postcolonial literature is a body of literary writings that reacts to the discourse of colonization. Post-colonial literature often involves writings that deal with issues of de-colonization or the political and cultural independence of people formerly subjugated to colonial rule.
Book Description. This reference book surveys the richness of postcolonial African literature. The volume begins with an introductory essay on postcolonial criticism and African writing, then presents alphabetically arranged profiles of some 60 writers, including Chinua Achebe, Nadine Gordimer, Bessie Head, Doris Lessing, Tsitsi Dangarembga, Tahbar Ben Jelloun, among others.
Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures, 2nd. edition. Homi K. Bhabha. The Location of Culture. Australian Literature and the. Postcolonial Mind McClintock, Anne, Aamir Mufti, Ella Shohat, eds.
Dangerous Liaisons: Gen_der, Nation, and Postcolonial Perspectives eds. Penguin Book of Modern African Poetry ( ed.) Ngugi wa Thiong'o File Size: KB. April 1: Collected Poems by Gabriel Okara (Nebraska University Press) Along with publishing a first book by an emerging new African poet each year, the Africa Book Fund has also committed to publishing a collected edition of “a major living African poet” each year, and this year it is Gabriel Okara, the only person who could ever be called both “the elder statesman of Nigerian literature Author: Aaron Bady.
African literature written in the postcolonial era by authors of African descent. Postcolonialism in Africa refers in general to the era between andduring which time many African. Postcolonial theory is frequently dismissed as too theoretical and esoteric, and hence irrelevant to the study of contemporary African politics and : Rita Abrahamsen.
Founded inthe AWS created a forum for many post-independence African writers, and provided texts that African universities could use to address the colonial bias then prominent in the teaching of literature.
The books were designed for classroom use, printed solely in paperback to make them affordable for African students. They were published by Heinemann Educational Books (HEB) in. Postcolonial writers are really interested in nationhood and nationalism.
A lot of these writers are very patriotic. They write books on behalf of their nations. Their work is often nationalist, because postcolonial writers like to highlight and valorize their nation's cultural, political and social identity.
D J Taylor looks at the post-colonial novel's hold over recent literary history D J Taylor Fri 26 Jan EST First published on Fri 26 Jan EST. Postcolonial fiction writers deal with the traditional colonial discourse, either by modifying or by subverting it, or both.
Postcolonial literary theory re-examines colonial and postcolonial literature, especially concentrating upon the social discourse between the colonizer and the colonized that shaped and produced the literature.
The title of the 'Post/Colonial' section of the Great Writers Inspire website is intended to gesture towards a blurring between colonial and postcolonial, eradicating any reductive conception of the two as simple dichotomies or binary oppositions. Included within this subsection, 'Colonial Writers', are authors that embody this complexity.
Theory of African Literature Implications for Practical Criticism but for Marxist and postcolonial theories of literary criticism more generally. Nuruddin Farah and Wole Soyinka). They also face enormous obstacles within Africa, and this book provides writers' own testimony, pen portraits, and factual investigations.
£ $ Buy.This introduction, from a leading figure in the field, explores a wide range of Anglophone post-colonial writing from Africa, Australia, the Caribbean, India, Ireland and Britain.
Lyn Innes compares the ways in which authors shape communal identities and interrogate the values and representations of peoples in newly independent : C. L. Innes.Precolonial literature. Examples of pre-colonial African literature are numerous. In Ethiopia, there is a substantial literature written in Ge'ez going back at least to the fourth century AD; the best-known work in this tradition is the Kebra Negast, or "Book of Kings."One popular form of traditional African folktale is the "trickster" story, in which a small animal uses its wits to survive.