Art, dialogue, and outrage: essays on literature and culture

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Pantheon Books, 1988 - Literary Collections - 305 pages
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Never less than profound, Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka's fierce and provocative contribution to the debate on multiculturalism brings together 19 iconoclastic essays on African, European, and American literature, culture, and politics. "Unquestionably Africa's most versatile writer".--New York Times

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ART, DIALOGUE AND OUTRAGE: Essays on Literature and Culture

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Nigerian Nobel laureate Soyinka offers more than 30 years' worth of rewarding essays on artistic practice and cultural politics. While he is best known in America as author of the memoir AkÇ: The ... Read full review

Art, dialogue, and outrage: essays on literature and culture

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Covering a 25-year period, these 19 essays by 1985 Nobel Laureate Soyinka ( Isara , LJ 10/1/89) include two previously unpublished essays; the rest are generally available in periodicals not easily ... Read full review

Contents

Towards a True Theatre
3
Yoruba Tragedy
27
vn Whos Afraid of Elesin Oba?
62
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Wole Soyinka, one of Africa's foremost writers, won the Nobel Prize in 1986 and is the author of Death and the King's Horseman, among other works.

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