Silence is not golden: a critical anthology of Ethiopian literature
This collection, the first of its kind on Ethiopian literature, provides insights into a body of literature which had been marginalized more than other post-colonial literatures.
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State Policy and the Medium of Expression
Highlighting Ethiopian Traditional Literature
The Form and Content of the First Amharic Novel
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