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Soyinka and Beckett
Feminist Criticism and the African Novel
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African literature African novel African women African writers Albert Camus androgyny Arab ation audience autobiography Beckett Biafran Black Black Mischief Caldecott Camara Laye Camus Captain Singleton Cesaire characters childhood Christophe civilization colonial Conakry context continent cultural Dadie Dadie's death Defoe Defoe's Dickens dramatic Easmon Ellellou Emecheta's English Ernest Gaines essay European experience fact father feminist criticism fiction French Froad George Lamming Greene's Houseboy Interesting Narrative Jane's Johkara Kaliayev Kouroussa language Laye's literary living London Madmen and Specialists Miss Jane Pittman mother narrator Nigerian novelist Olaudah Equiano Oyono's play poem poetry political Pozzo reader Richard Wright Robinson Crusoe Season of Adventure sense slave narrative social Soyinka stereotypes story style symbol theatre theme Toundi traditional Tragedie tragic Updike Updike's Victorian W. B. Yeats Waiting for Godot West Indian western Wole Wole Soyinka woman women writers words York Yoruba Zulu