Migrating Words and Worlds: Pan-Africanism Updated

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E. Anthony Hurley, Renée Brenda Larrier, Joseph McLaren
Africa World Press, 1999 - Literary Criticism - 369 pages
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The essays presented here, demonstrating concepts of Pan-Africanism, which, historically, were concerned with colonialism, racial identity, and African unity, extend the discussion of an Africa' that exists beyond the continent and includes the Caribbean, the Americas and Europe.'
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Why Keep Asking Me About My Identity?
7
Images of Exile and the Female Condition in Nawal El Saadawis
25
English Licks and Two Generations
53
Strategies of Selfhood in the Francophone
73
Negotiating Cultural Identity and Geographical Space in Emile
87
Maghrebian Literature
99
The Multicultural Environment in Albert Memmis
109
PanAfrican Feminism
183
PanAfricanist Poet
195
La paremiologie une incommensurable ressource dans la litterature
211
Discourses and Exile in A Shattering of Silence by Farida Karodia
227
Bessie Head and PanAfricanism
233
Identity and Ideological Struggle in Samuel
247
le roman du retour
261
Luis Bernardo Honwana and the Allegory of Mozambican Regeneration
281

Journeys of SelfExploration in Ken Buguls Le Baobab Fou
117
Return and Reconciliation in Kofi Awoonors
129
Jazz James Baldwins Sonnys Blues
141
Sycoraxing Anowa
151
The New Poetry of Kamau Brathwaite
175
A Comparison of
295
Debats et combats en Guadeloupe autour de 1heritage
309
Towards a New Aesthetic in the African Arts
331
Contributors
353
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