By Abdul-Rasheed Na'Allah
Through an engaged research of writers similar to Wole Soyinka, Ola Rotimi, Niyi Osundare, and Tanure Ojaide and of African conventional oral poets like Omoekee Amao Ilorin and Mamman Shata Katsina, Abdul-Rasheed Na'Allah develops an African indigenous discourse paradigm for studying and knowing literary and cultural fabrics. Na'Allah argues for the necessity for cultural variety in serious theorizing within the twenty-first century. He highlights the serious concerns dealing with students and scholars all in favour of feedback and translation of marginalized texts. through returning the African wisdom approach again to its roots and putting it facet via facet with Western paradigms, Na'Allah has produced a textual content that might be required studying for students and scholars of African tradition and literature. It is a vital contribution to scholarship within the area of mobility of African oral culture, and on African literary, cultural and function discourse.
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