The Penguin book of modern African poetry

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Penguin Books, 1984 - Fiction - 315 pages
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An anthology of black African poetry, representing sixty-seven poets and twenty-three countries.

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This review is of the fourth (1998) edition. The book contains a selection of short poems (most half a page to two pages each) by 99 poets from 27 countries in Africa, written in the last sixty years ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
19
MOZAMBIQUE
20
Poem of Alienation
32
Copyright

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Beier has been the director of research institutes in Nigeria and New Guinea.

Ulli Beier has been the director of art and research centers in Nigeria and Papua New Guinea and at the University of Bayreuth in Bavaria.
Gerald Moore is one of the foremost scholars of contemporary African anglophone poetry. He has taught at universities in various parts of Africa and in Hong Kong.

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