African Rhapsody: Short Stories of the Contemporary African Experience
Anchor Books, 1994 - Fiction - 353 pages
For this collection, esteemed scholar and critic Obradovic has assemble 25 stories by the best emerging and award-winning contemporary African writers--stories that illuminate the realities, the hardships, and brief respites of modern African life. Foreword by Chinua Achebe (Things Fall Apart).
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This outstanding assemblage of 25 short stories by African authors, many appearing for the first time in English, offers compelling insight into the realities and hardships of life in Africa. An up-to ... Read full review
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