2 edition of Africa in prose found in the catalog.
Africa in prose
O. R. Dathorne
|Series||Penguin African library|
|Contributions||Feuser, Willfried, 1928-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||383 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||383|
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This collection of essays introduces students of African literature to the heritage Africa in prose book the African prose narrative, starting from its oral base and covering its linguistic and cultural diversity. The book brings together essays on both the classics and the relatively new works in all subgenres of the African prose narrative, including the traditional epic, the novel, the short story and the 5/5(1).
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Storytellers in Africa sometimes use call-and-response techniques to tell their stories. Poetry, often sung, includes: narrative epic, occupational verse, ritual verse, praise poems of rulers and other prominent people.
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1 The question of the total number of African stories is sometimes canvassed. Numbers like 5, 7,0 ; 3 First, the basic material. Of actual texts, synopses, and translations of African narratives we have a vast amount.
Bascom, in his indispensable survey (Bascom ), lists forty-one peoples for whom collections of fifty or more tales with vernacular texts had been Author: Ruth Finnegan.The publishers and distributors listed on this page are publishers and distributors in Africa and around the world that either focus exclusively on Africa-related books or publish a significant number of books on Africa each year.Book of Rooms by Kobus Moolman (South Africa) Deep South, A Book of Rooms, Kobus Moolman’s new collection of poetry, deepens the explorations of his recent books Light and After and Left Over.
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