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A History of Tigrinya Literature in Eritrea by Ghirmai Negash

A History of Tigrinya Literature in Eritrea

Description : A pioneering study tracing the history of Tigrinya literature in Eritrea, a barely explored field, principally using original sources and framing it against the country's colonial history. Rather than treating oral and written literary traditions separately, Negesh treats them as one literary system, breaking new ground within the field of Eritrean studies and taking to the mainstream this largely unknown body of African literature.

Subtitle : The Oral and the Written, 1890-1991

Authors : Ghirmai Negash

Published Date : 2010

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ISBN : 1592217524

Page : 244 Pages

Categories : Folk literature, Tigrinya

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