<strong>African fiction</strong> is rarely discussed, and almost never in literary terms. The novels are read as mere political documents, catalogs of social ills and cultural themes

African fiction is rarely discussed, and almost never in literary terms. The novels are read as mere political documents, catalogs of social ills and cultural
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African fiction is rarely discussed, and almost never in literary terms. The novels are read as mere political documents, catalogs of social ills and cultural themes

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