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Publisher: Michigan State University Press
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
The publication of An African Eclipse in 1992 had introduced Chin Ce as a political writer of profound awareness of nation and continental history and, thenceforth, Ce's art was soon to carve its own stamp of identity by his eclectic and interdisciplinary fusion of perspectives which lend his works deeper and wider significance. This book contains scholarly chapters and reviews on the novels and works of Nigerian novelist, poet and critic Chin Ce only as a mild testimony to the wider interest and criticism which recent Nigerian writing might continue to generate among scholars of African literature throughout the world.
Irene Marques teaches African and Caribbean literature, comparative literature, and English literature at the Ontario College of Art and Design. Her publications include the edited volume The Works of Chin Ce (2007), and articles in journals such as African Identities, Research in African Literatures, and CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture. She has also published two works of fiction, Wearing Glasses of Water, a collection of poetry (2007), and Habitando na Metáfora do Tempo Habitando na metáfora do tempo. Crónicas desejadas (2009).
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