The short story genre in general and the Kiswahili Short Story in
particular has from the Twentieth Century been rising in stature to
claim its rightful place in Kiswahili Literature. This development
is evidenced by a significant rise in the number of short story
anthologies produced by publishing houses. This book critically
analyzes Swahili short stories both stylistically and thematically.
The author delves in to diverse issues of style and analyzes
various thematic concerns explored by many different authors. The
universal approach adopted by the author enables the reader to be
able to have a clear understanding of stylistic and thematic issues
not only in Kiswahili short stories but most importantly to
understand how these issues can be similarly treated in literature
from elsewhere in the world. Therefore this text will be of great
interest and value to Literature Scholars who are interested in
learning about Swahili Literature in general or Swahili Short Story
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