Great girls in African literature that your daughter should know. Read on www.afri-love.com/2013/03/great-girls-in-african-literature-that-your-daughter-should-know.html

Great girls in African literature that your daughter should know. Read on www.afri-love.com/2013/03/great-girls-in-african-literature-that-your-daughter-should-know.html

Rare & Uncommon Books on African Subjects – wide selection of Africana Africana Books UK

Rare & Uncommon Books on African Subjects – wide selection of Africana Africana Books UK

How Nigeria created Boko Haram | Tolu Ogunlesi (and sadly, the only photo showing up on this article for some reason is my face....)

How Nigeria created Boko Haram

How Nigeria created Boko Haram | Tolu Ogunlesi (and sadly, the only photo showing up on this article for some reason is my face....)

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on the World of African Literature | WSJ

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on the World of African Literature

BY: KATHRINA JANE TIANGCO African literature is becoming more popular and is starting to be recognized internationally. There are many talented African writers that continue to share with us their brilliant literary works. If you’re looking for a good boo

BY: KATHRINA JANE TIANGCO African literature is becoming more popular and is starting to be recognized internationally. There are many talented African writers that continue to share with us their brilliant literary works. If you’re looking for a good boo

South African Literature

South African Literature

My focus recently lured me to another direction of literature from William Shakespeare to South African Writers.

Nnedi Okorafor, PhD on Twitter: "African science fiction is African literature."

Nnedi Okorafor, PhD on

Nnedi Okorafor, PhD on Twitter: "African science fiction is African literature."

10 African Literature Books About Africa You May Not Know - Answers Africa

10 African Literature Books About Africa You May Not Know - Answers Africa

Chimamanda Adichie. One of Africa’s leading contemporary literary voices, the Award-winning Nigerian writer has been heralded as a rebirth of the African literary greats – the likes of Chinua Achebe, Camara Laye and Cyprian Ekwensi. In 2006 her second novel, Half of a Yellow Sun, won the coveted Orange Prize, and Chinua Achebe (widely regarded as the father of African literature)

Chimamanda Adichie. One of Africa’s leading contemporary literary voices, the Award-winning Nigerian writer has been heralded as a rebirth of the African literary greats – the likes of Chinua Achebe, Camara Laye and Cyprian Ekwensi. In 2006 her second novel, Half of a Yellow Sun, won the coveted Orange Prize, and Chinua Achebe (widely regarded as the father of African literature)

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