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AFRICAN LITERATURES Aime Cesaire Alaafin Algerian Anne Eisner Apartheid Assia Djebar Bhabha's Cahier Caribbean Cesaire characters Christopher Okigbo colonial context court bards critical cultural Dahomey discourse Djebar Doguicimi Ego's Emecheta's emphasis added English essay exile female feminist fiction Fikria's francophone French gender Gikuyu girl Haitian Hountondji husband Ibadan identity interpretation Islam Ken's king Krio language linguistic literary London male Manisi Mbuti Mehring Mehring's MLA Style Manual modern mother Muslim narrative narrator narrator's Nigeria Nnu Ego Nongqawuse novel Ogboja Ogun Okigbo oral Orunmila Othello Oyo Empire perspective poem poetic poetry poets political position postcolonial praise protagonist published Pygmies Qamata Research in African role Roumain royal messengers sexual silence Silent Sisters social society South African specific story symbolic Thembu tion traditional Ugbabe University West African Western woman women words writing Xhosa Yoruba