African Literature 10
This unique concern with authors and their works marks a continuing quest for the assessment of Africa's creative literatures alongside aesthetic and visionary progress in their varying degrees of individual consciousness across their diverse nationalities. More
African Literature 10 Contemporary Series features critical entries and reviews on favourite authors of African fiction, poetry, drama and non-fiction. The lead work shows how Toomer created a new idiom which allowed him to express the more immediate and intricate complexities of the African-American experience. The comparisons of authors and their oeuvre which emerge from this historic enterprise satisfies the quest for appraisal of vision, progress, aesthetic and individual consciousness. What has here been called an examination of literary cultures is as profound as the emergence of theoretical vistas of artistic illumination regarding these ebullient crafts from our hemisphere.