African Literature and the Politics of Location
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- Author: Madhu Krishnan, University of Bristol
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This Element explores the mechanisms through which 'African literature', as a market category, has been consecrated within the global literary field. Drawing on archival, textual and field-based research, it proposes that the normative story of African literary writing has functioned to efface a broader material history of African literary production located on and oriented to the continent itself.
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- Date Published: October 2018
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781108636421
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Table of Contents
1. Publishing Africa on a global scale
2. Contemporary canons
3. Alternative landscapes
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