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The Languages & Literatures of Africa

Book Description
Alain Ricard presents African languages and literatures in a new perspective focusing on the dialogue between them. An historical overview provides new insights into literatures of Africa, both oral and written.

This book examines the dialogue between literatures written in different languages: Thomas Mofolo wrote Chaka (1926) in Sesotho and Sol Plaatje wrote Mhudi (1931) in English, but the... More

Book Information
PublisherAfrica World Press Inc. & The Red Sea Press Inc.
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages240
Publication Date01/15/2005
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About Alain Ricard (Author) : Alain Ricard is a published author. A published credit of Alain Ricard is The Languages & Literatures of Africa.
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