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Literary Culture in Colonial Ghana: How to Play the Game of Life ePub download

by Stephanie Newell

  • Author: Stephanie Newell
  • ISBN: 0719062748
  • ISBN13: 978-0719062742
  • ePub: 1501 kb | FB2: 1847 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Manchester University Press (2002)
  • Pages: 256
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Start by marking Literary Culture in Colonial Ghana as Want to Read . Newell reveals literacy and reading as powerful social forces that quickly moved beyond the missionary agenda and colonial regulation.

Start by marking Literary Culture in Colonial Ghana as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. A fascinating literary, social, and cultural history of colonial Ghana, Literary Culture in Colonial Ghana sheds new light on understandings of the African colonial experience and the development of postcolonial cultures in West Africa.

Considering the literary habits - production, reception, selection - in a colonial Ghana, this study provides empirical and statistical data of how colonial literature is absorbed - and coins the new term paracolonial to better describe.

Considering the literary habits - production, reception, selection - in a colonial Ghana, this study provides empirical and statistical data of how colonial literature is absorbed - and coins the new term paracolonial to better describe the ebb and flow of influence and creativity. Considering the literary habits - production, reception, selection - in a colonial Ghana, this study provides empirical and statistical data of how colonial literature is absorbed - and coins the new term paracolonial to better describe the ebb and flow of influence and creativity.

Karin Barber Focusing on the broad educational aims of the colonial administration and missionary societies, Stephanie Newell draws.

will appeal not only to literary scholars but also to social historians and cultural anthropologists.

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Stephanie Newell is a professor of English at the University of Sussex, UK, and the author of West African Literature: Ways of Reading, Literary Culture in Colonial . How to Play the Game of Life.

Stephanie Newell is a professor of English at the University of Sussex, UK, and the author of West African Literature: Ways of Reading, Literary Culture in Colonial Ghana, and Ghan. view moreStephanie Newell is a professor of English at the University of Sussex, UK, and the author of West African Literature: Ways of Reading, Literary Culture in Colonial Ghana, and Ghanaian Popular Fiction: How to Play the Game of Life.

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