By A. Amoko

This paintings examines either the emergence of African literature and its institutionalization inside nationalist African academies. Amoko analyzes the connection among such associations of literature and the strategies of nationalist legitimization and among colonial and postcolonial tuition cultures and nationwide cultures.

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