Read by Oladele Taiwo.
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This is a list of novelists from Africa. Chris Abani (born 1966). Peter Abrahams (born 1919). Chinua Achebe (1930–2013). Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (born 1977). Jeannette D. Ahonsou (born 1954). Ama Ata Aidoo (born 1942)
This is a list of novelists from Africa. Ama Ata Aidoo (born 1942). Zaynab Alkali (born 1950). T. M. Aluko (1918–2010). Elechi Amadi (1934–2016). Ayi Kwei Armah (born 1939). Bediako Asare (born 1930). Sefi Atta (born 1964). Mariama Bâ (1929–1981). Yaba Badoe (born 1955).
Elizabeth Gunner (a1). School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 07 December 2011.
Personal Author: Taiwo, Oladele. African fiction (English) - Women authors - History and criticism. Women and literature - Africa - History - 20th century. Publication Information: London : Macmillan, 1984. Physical Description: xi, 228 p. ; 22 cm. General Note: Includes index. Subject Term: African fiction (English) - Women authors - History and criticism.
Female Novelists of Modern Africa. Joyce Pettis, "Female Novelists of Modern Africa. Oladele Taiwo," Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 12, no. 4 (Summer, 1987): 805-806.
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This book is a brave and boisterous attempt to challenge Africa to follow a clear-cut development trajectory in the face of its . Taiwo provides an interesting analysis of modernity as the key to attaining Africa's development.
This book is a brave and boisterous attempt to challenge Africa to follow a clear-cut development trajectory in the face of its disappointing performance in the development arena in the post-colonial period. The author's bold declarations on Africa's development trajectory make the book exceedingly readable, and place Taiwo amongst the ranks of other African development trajectory scholars like Sabelo Ndlovu and Moeletsi Mbeki.
In Africa Must be Modern, Táíwò explores the current problems and political climate in African countries and their progress in. .
In Africa Must be Modern, Táíwò explores the current problems and political climate in African countries and their progress in recent years; and compares their growth to similar countries in other regions of the world. Costa Rica, for example, preserves its forests and earns substantial revenue from ecotourism, while Liberia risks losing its forests to logging. While many may not agree with Táíwò’s positions, they will be unable to ignore what he says.