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War in African Literature Today by Ernest Emenyo̲nu

War in African Literature Today

Description : How have African writers addressed the issue of war and its impact across the continent?

Subtitle : A Review

Authors : Ernest Emenyo̲nu

Published Date : 2008

Publisher : Boydell & Brewer Ltd

ISBN : 9780852555712

Page : 176 Pages

Categories : Literary Collections

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