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  • Index to Volume 33


Adepitan, Titi—“Between Drama and Epic: Toward a Medium for Ozidi,” 33.1: 120–32.

Adu-Gyamfi, Yaw—“Orality in Writing: Its cultural and Political Significance in Wole Soyinka’s Ogun Abibiman,” 33.3: 104–24.

Alidou, Ousseina—“Gender, Narrative Space, and Modern Hausa Literature,” 33.2: 137–53.

Arnold, Nathalie—“Placing the Shameless: Approaching Poetry and the Politics of Pemban-ness in Zanzibar, 1995–2001,” 33.3: 125–39.

Attwell, David—“Modernizing Tradition/Traditionalizing Modernity: Reflections on the Dhlomo-Vilakazi Dispute,” 33.1: 94–119.

Beier, Ulli—“Léopold Sédar Senghor: A Personal Memoir,” 33.4: 3–11

Camara, Sana–“Birago Diop’s Contribution to the Ideology of Negritude,” 33.4: 101–23.

Coly, Ayo Abiétou—“Neither Here nor There: Calixthe Beyala’s Collapsing Homes,” 33.2: 34–45.

Crow, Brian—“African Methatheater: Critizing Society, Celebrating the Stage,” 33.1: 133–43.

Diagne, Pathé—“Senghor in Context,” 33.4: 12–16.

Erwin, Lee—“Genre and Authority in Some Popular Nigerian Women’s Novels,” 33.2: 81–99.

Gorlier, Claudio—“Post-Marxism in an African Context: The Usability of Antonio Gramsci,” 33.3: 97–103.

Higgins, Ellie—“Urban Apprenticeships and Senegalese Narratives of Development: Mansour Sora Wade’s Picc Mi and Djibril Diop Mambety’s La petite vendeuse de Soleil,” 33.3: 54–68.

Irele, F. Abiola—“The Last Words of Mongo Beti,” 33.2: 4–8.

Kom, Ambroise—“Remember Mongo Beti (1932–2000),” 33.2: 1–3.

Kurtz, J. Roger—“Crossing Over: Identity and Change in Marjorie Oludhe Macgoye’s Song of Nyarloka,” 33.2: 100–18.

Mbiafu, Edmond Mfaboum—“Mongo Beti and the “Curse” of Ham: Myth and History in Africa,” 33.1: 9–33.

McCabe, Douglas—“Histories of Errancy: Oral Yoruba Àbíkú Texts and Soyinka’s ‘Abiku,’” 33.1: 45–74.

McKoy, Sheila Smith—“‘This Unity of Spilt Blood’: Tracing Remnant Consciousness in Kofi Awoonor’s Comes the Voyager at Last,” 33.2: 194–209.

Moore, Gerald, “Senghor: Poet of Night,” 33.4: 51–59.

Mortimer, Mildred—“Sine and Seine: The Quest for Synthesis in Senghor’s Life and Poetry,” 33.4: 38–50.

Nagy-Zekmi, Silvia—“Tradition and Transgression in the Novels of Assia Djebar and Aïcha Lemsine,” 33.3: 1–13.

Ogundele, Wole—“Devices of Evasion: The Mythic versus the Historical Imagination in the Postcolonial African Novel,” 33.3: 125–39.

Okpewho, Isidore—“Walcott, Homer, and the ‘Black Atlantic,’” 33.1: 27–44.

Olaogun, Modupe—“Slavery and Etiological Discourse in the Writing of Ama Ata Aidoo, Bessie Head, and Buchi Emecheta,” 33.2: 171–93.

Olaussen, Maria—“‘About Lovers in Accra’—Urban Intimacy in Ama Ata Aidoo’s Changes: A Love Story,” 33.2: 61–80. [End Page 234]

Opland, Jeff—“The Early Career of D. L. P. Yali-Manisi, Thembu Imbongi,” 33.1: 1–26.

Oyler, Dianne W.—“Re-Inventing Oral Tradition: The Modern Epic of Souleymane Kanté,” 33.1: 75–93.

Prabhu, Anjali—“Sisterhood and Rivalry in-between the Shadow and the Sultana: A Problematic of Representation in Ombre sultane,” 33.3: 69–96.

Qader, Nasrin—“Fictional Testimonies or Testimonial Fictions: Moussa Ould Ebnou’s Barzakh,” 33.3: 14–31.

Riesz, János—“Senghor and the Germans,” 33.4: 25–37.

Roos, Bonnie—“Re-Historicizing the Conflicted Figure of Woman in Ngugi’s Petals of Blood,” 33.2: 154–70.

Spleth, Janice—“The Arabic Constituent of Africanité: Senghor and the Queen of Sheba,” 33.4: 60–75.

Soyinka, Wole—“Senghor: Lessons in Power,” 33: 4 1–2.

Tissières, Hélène—“Maghreb—Sub-Saharan Connections,” 33.3: 32–53.

Vaillant, Janet. G.—“Homage to Léopold Sédar Senghor: 1906–2001,” 33.4: 17–24.

Watts, Richard—“Senghor’s Prefaces between the Colonial and Postcolonial,” 33.4: 76–87.

Whitsitt, Novian—“Islamic-Haussa Feminism and Kano Market Literature: Qur’anic Reinterpretation in the Novels of Balaraba Yakubu,” 33.2: 119–36.

Wise, Christopher—“Saying ‘Yes’ to Africa: Jacques Derrida’s Specters of Marx,” 33.4: 124–42.

Wright, Katheryn—“Extending Generic Boundaries: Werewere Liking’s L’amour-cent-vies,” 33.2: 46–60.


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