In this illuminating analysis of African literature and the African writer's responsibility to society, the authors critique the dominant trends in contemporary African literature and literary criticism by highlighting the aims and techniques of such pan-African writers as Achebe, Senghor, Sembene, Maran, and Langston Hughes.
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