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2014/10/22 03:50
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Chinua Achebe: Power in Writing and Reading Chinua Achebe a world recognized author, poet, storyteller, intellectual and role model has shared for years the power of reading, importance of...
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2014/10/21 21:12
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Wandering around bookshops has its dangers. One minute you’re browsing; the next thing you know, you’re locked in for the night. That’s the situation a Texan tourist, David Willis, found himself in...
2014/10/20 06:29
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Kenyan-born intellectual, Prof. Ali Mazrui passed away on October 13, 2014. For many, he shaped their understanding of Africa's culture, history and politics through his books and documentaries. The...
2014/10/17 11:29
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... of God' presents a highly imaginative and anticipatory power of Achebe's insight to the turbulent trajectory of post-(European)conquest African history and politics. This insight anticipates...
2014/10/17 11:29
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Ekwe-Ekwe, Herbert. 'The Achebean Restoration'. Journal of Asian and African Studies, Vol. 48, No. 6, 2013, pp. 698-709. Ekwe-Ekwe, Herbert. African Literature in Defence of History: An essay on...
2014/10/17 11:29
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In the conversation between Cheikh Anta Diop and Carlos Moore that I referred to earlier, Diop asks the pertinent question of the age: 'Who can deny that of all peoples, Africans have been the...
2014/10/15 00:50
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HBCU’s Must Inspire Next Generation of Bloggers by William Jackson, Edward Waters College Educational Technology The growth of blogging has transitioned beyond the basics of text, there is now...
2014/10/14 10:12
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There are many ways to be a writer. Dostoyevsky, Dickens and Wilkie Collins all wrote their novels in serial form for commercial magazines and newspapers. William Burroughs had a private income to...
2014/10/14 07:12
2014/10/14 07:12
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Catherine Johnson, author of Nest of Vipers My book – can I have two? One I think is out of print: Jacqueline Roy’s A Daughter Like Me. I was working in school book stalls around East London when...
2014/10/12 20:50
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Where is the “Gap In The Bookshelf” by Wm Jackson, Prof. Edward Waters College The importance of reading and writing can never be diminished, the power of independent thought, imagination and...
2014/10/06 01:02
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... we do our good works let us not forget that the real solution lies in a world in which charity will have become unnecessary.” -Chinua Achebe When you think of charitable enterprises, you...
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2014/10/04 14:09
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In the world of internet forums and personal blogs, TWs are rife. These days a quick Google search for trigger warnings can throw up surprisingly banal results, from a description of a horse’s wound...
2014/10/01 05:34
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Akinwande Oluwole “Wole” Soyinka — Nigerian playwright, professor and cultural critic — has been as prolific politically as he has been creatively. In 1986, the Swedish Academy awarded him the Nobel...
2014/09/29 07:29
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A grand design for better days runs the thread of Pan-Africanist literature. Pan-Africanism has been up the podium from the outset of the 20th century, chanting down imperialism, propagating cohesion...
2014/09/22 19:26
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Over the course of nearly forty years, Botstein—a historian, writer, and conductor—has built Bard in his own polymath image.Credit Illustration by John Cuneo One evening in July, 2013, Leon Botstein,...
2014/09/19 10:30
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THE Kenya Farmer's Association request to the government urging that the state pays more than Sh6 billion the National Cereals and Produce Board owes farmers (see Page 18) is an eminently sensible and...
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