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African literature : an anthology of criticism and theory

Auteur: Tejumola Olaniyan; Ato Quayson
Uitgever: Malden, MA ; Oxford : Blackwell Pub., 2007.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Covering all genres and critical schools, the anthology provides the intellectual context for understanding African literature. Is is organised around significant topics in the field, including feminist criticism, postmodernism and Marxist theory, and reflects the chronological development of African literary criticism.
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Genre/Vorm: Aufsatzsammlung
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Genre: Internetbron
Soort document: Boek, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Tejumola Olaniyan; Ato Quayson
ISBN: 140511200X 9781405112000 1405112018 9781405112017
OCLC-nummer: 71173671
Beschrijving: xix, 774 p. : charts ; 26 cm.
Inhoud: pt. 1. Backgrounds. Africa and writing / Alain Ricard --
Sub-Saharan Africa's literary history in a nutshell / Albert S. Gerard --
Politics, culture, and literary form / Bernth Lindfors --
African literature in Portuguese / Russell G. Hamilton --
North African writing / Anissa Talahite --
A continent and its literatures in French / Jonathan Ngate --
African literature and the colonial factor / Simon Gikandi --
African literature: myth or reality? / V.Y. Mudimbe --
pt. 2. Orality, literacy, and the interface. Africa and orality/ Liz Gunner --
Orality, literacy, and African literature / Abiola Irele --
Oral literature and modern African literature / Isidore Okpewho --
Women's oral genres / Mary E. Modupe Kolawole --
The oral artist's script / Harold Schenb --
pt. 3. Writer, writing, and function. The novelist as teacher: the truth of fiction / Chinua Achebe --
The truth of fiction / Chinua Achebe --
Three in a bed: fiction, morals, and politics / Nadine Gordimer --
Nobel lecture / Naguib Mahfouz --
Redefining relevance / Njabulo S. Ndebele --
Preparing ourselves for freedom / Albie Sachs --
pt. 4. Creativity in/and adversarial contexts. A voice that would not be silenced / Wole Soyinka --
Exile and creativity: a prolonged writer's block / Micere Githae Mugo --
Containing cockroaches (memories of incarceration reconstructed in exile) / Jack Mapanje --
Writing against neo-Colonialism / Ngugi wa Thiong'O --
The writer and responsibility / Breyten Breytenbach --
Dissidence and creativity / Nawal El Saadawi --
Culture beyond color: A South African dilemma / Zoe Wicomb --
In praise of exile / Nurrudin Farah --
The African writer's experience of European literature / D. Marechera --
pt. 5. On nativism and the quest for indigenous aesthetics: negritude and traditionalism. Negritude: a humanism of the twentieth century / Leopold S. Senghor --
What is negritude? / Abiola Irele --
Negritude and a new Africa: an update / Peter S. Thompson --
Prodigals, come home! / Chinweizu --
Neo-tarzanism: the poetics of pseudo-tradition / Wole Soyinka --
My signifier is more native than yours: issues in making a literature African / Adeleke Adeeko --
Out of Africa: topologies of nativism / Kwame Anthony Appiah --
On national culture / Frantz Fanon --
True and false pluralism / Paulin Hountondji --
"An open letter to Africans" c/o The Punic One-Party State / Sony Labou Tansi --
Resistance theory/theorizing resistance or two cheers for nativism / Benita Parry --
pt. 6. The language of African literature. The dead end of African literature? / Obiajunwa Wali --
The language of African literature / Ngugi wa Thiong'O --
Anamnesis in the language of writing / Assia Djebar --
African-language literature: tragedy and hope / Daniel P. Kunene --
pt. 7. On genres. Background to the West African novel / Emmanuel N. Obiechina --
Languages of the novel: a lover's reflections / Andre Brink --
Realism and naturalism in African fiction / Neil Lazarus --
"Who am I?": fact and fiction in African first-person narrative/ Mineke Schipper --
Festivals, ritual, and drama in Africa / Tejumola Olaniyan --
The fourth stage: through the mysteries of Ogun to the origin of Yoruba tragedy / Wole Soyinka --
Introduction to "King Oedipus" / Tawfiq Al-Hakim --
Poetry as dramatic performance / Kofi Anyidoho --
"Azikwelwa" (we will not ride): politics and value in black South African poetry / Anne McClintock --
Revolutionary practice and style in Lusophone liberation poetry / Emmanuel Ngara --
pt. 8. Theorizing the criticism of African literature. Academic problems and critical techniques / Eldred D. Jones --
African literature, western critics / Rand Bishop --
A formal approach to African literature / Kenneth W. Harrow --
African absence, a literature without a voice / Ambroise Kom --
The nature of things: arrested decolonization and critical theory / Biodun Jeyifo --
Reading through western eyes / Christopher L. Miller --
Inherited mandates in African literary criticism: the intrinsic paradigm / Olakunle George --
Exclusionary practices in African literary criticism / Florence Stratton --
pt. 9. Marxism. Towards a Marxist sociology of African literature / Omafume F. Onoge --
Writers in politics: the power of words and the words of power / Ngugi wa Thiong'O --
National liberation and culture / Amilcar Cabral --
Concerning national culture / Agostinho Neto --
Masks and Marx: the Marxist ethos vis-a-vis African revolutionary theory and praxis / Ayi Kwei Armah --
Marxist aesthetics: an open-ended legacy / Chidi Amuta --
pt. 10. Feminism. To be an African woman writer-an overview and a detail / Ama Ata Aidoo --
The heroine in Arab literature / Nawal El Saadawi --
Women and creative writing in Africa / Flora Nwapa --
African motherhood-Myth and reality / Lauretta Ngcobo --
Stiwanism: feminism in an African context / Molara Ogundipe-Leslie --
Feminism with a small "f"! / Buchi Emecheta --
Writing near the bone / Yvonne Vera --
Some notes on African feminism / Carole Boyce Davies --
Bringing African women into the classroom: rethinking pedagogy and epistemology / Obioma Nnaemeka --
Enlightenment epistemology and the invention of polygyny / Uzo Esonwanne --
Feminism, postcolonialism and the contradictory orders of modernity / Ato Quayson --
pt. 11. Structuralism, poststructuralism, postcolonialism, and postmodernism. Genetic structuralism as a critical technique (notes toward a sociological theory of the African novel) / Sunday O. Anozie --
In praise of alienation / Abiola Irele --
In the wake of colonialism and modernity / Biodun Jeyifo --
Poststructuralism and postcolonial discourse / Simon Gikandi --
Subjectivity and history: derrida in Algeria / Robert J.C. Young --
The angel of progress: pitfalls of the term "post-colonialism" / Anne McClintock --
Postmodernity, postcoloniality, and African studies / Tejumola Olaniyan --
Postcolonialism and postmodernism / Ato Quayson --
Is the post- in postmodernism the post- in postcolonial? / Kwame Anthony Appiah --
Postmodernism and black writing in South Africa / Lewis Nkosi --
African language literature and postcolonial criticism / Karin Barber --
pt. 12. Ecocriticism. Ecoing the other(s): the call of global green and black African responses / William Slaymaker --
Different shades of green: ecocriticism and African literature / Byron Caminero-Santangelo --
Ecological postcolonialism in African women's literature / Juliana Makuchi Nfah-Abbenyi --
Environmentalism and postcolonialism / Rob Nixon --
pt. 13. Queer, postcolonial. "Wheyting be dat?": the treatment of homosexuality in African literature / Chris Dunton --
Out in Africa / Gaurav Desai --
Toward a lesbian continuum? Or reclaiming the erotic / Juliana Makuchi Nfah-Abbenyi --
Queer futures: The coming-out novel in South Africa / Brenna Munro.
Verantwoordelijkheid: edited by Tejumola Olaniyan and Ato Quayson.
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