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Time and African Art
Limiting the Kings Power
Destiny and the Creative Force
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Achebe African art Amadi ambiguous ancestors animals Asalache Ashanti associated Azande Bagre Baluba Bamileke become behaviour Benin bush Bush-baby carved ceremonies clan cults dance Danlola dead death define deity described destiny destiny-soul Dionysus diviner diviner's earth egungun Ekueme elders Euripides exist expressed Ezeulu fact father forest Ghana ghosts gods Goody hand head hunter Ibid ideographic ideographic language Idoma Igala Igbo Ihuoma Ijo Kalabari imposed indi individual individual's Kalabari Kalala Ilunga kin groups kind king king's Kofi Awoonor Kongi leopard lineage live Lugbara masks masquerade matrilineage mature adults Mbwela means mystical powers myth Ndembu Nigeria nonindustrial African societies Nupe Okonkwo Onitsha Osiris particular patrilineal pattern personality play preserve priests regarded represent rigidity ritual role rulers Sahara second burial secret societies seems seen social group soul Soyinka spirit symbolised symbols tion tree Turner unique vidual village witch witchcraft word Yoruba young adults