Ogunyemi Christopher Babatunde, Yanqing Zhang Zhang and Okoko
Anthony Chinedu redefined Literature and National Development
within narratological perspective. The work encapsulates salient
themes in post-colonial China and Nigeria with passing references
to Harlem and Negritude literature. Chapter one examines Ch'ien
Chung-Shu who is ranked among the foremost twentieth-century
Chinese novelists, and his first and only novel Wei-Ch'eng
(Fortress Besieged) published in 1947 is one of the greatest
twentieth-century Chinese novels., has been acclaimed as "one of
modern China's two best novels," or her "greatest novel." Chapter
two visualizes the search for cultural, spiritual identity and the
image of the White man on the blacks in their respective ghettos
were the motivating factors that led to the Harlem Renaissance. The
African Americans knew that so long as their cultural identity was
in question, so long can there be no positive identification with
the real demands of their political and economic existence.Chapter
three probes into narrative mobility as regards Achebe's canon.
African fiction has been very much influenced by culture, politics
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Christopher Babatunde Ogunyemi
• Yan-Qing Zhang
• Okoko Anthony Chinedu
||229 x 152 x 5mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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