EMAIL FROM AMERICA: Who speaks for Black Africa?
By Ikhide R. IkheloaJuly 17, 2011 03:45PM
The era of brutal Nigerian dictatorships found many writers of conscience physically and emotionally brutalised. Indeed several works by the Nigerian writers of that era came later as they began to explore what happened to them and the Nigerian project. This examination has been an occupation for our writers and this is understandable in many instances. We should talk about this: Why are our writers consuming several lifetimes examining obsessively what they decree is the African condition?
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