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Modern African Literature

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Modern African Literature

INSTRUCTIONS:

ENGL 2926

Fall 2014 Mid-Term Examination



INSTRUCTIONS:



1) Answer only ONE of the two questions

2) Minimum of 4 pages, Maximum of 6 (typed and double spaced, font 12, Times New Roman; excluding reference page)

3) There must be clear evidence of research and independent reflection (You must acknowledge your sources in a bibliography)

4) Apart from the primary texts required for each question, you must use a minimum of three secondary sources, maximum of five. Secondary sources are critical or theoretical books, scholarly articles, and other credible online sources.

5) Your Works Cited must be in MLA Format. It is your responsibility to research this.

6) You may indent only quotations that are more than three lines; otherwise use intext quotations

7) Submission date is on your syllabus



QUESTIONS:

1)



Modern African literature is often described as a sustained engagement with the consequences of Africa’s encounter with Europe. Discuss this statement in the light two primary texts from your syllabus. 



2)



Modern African poetry depends a lot on the resources of oral tradition even if written in the colonial languages of Europe. Discuss the use and function of oral tradition in at least two poems from your syllabus.

CONTENT:

Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Modern African Literature Without a doubt, modern African literature is for the most part a form of rejoinder to European colonization and can be categorized under the concept of post colonialism. It is apparent that European colonialists in Africa based their beliefs on an ethnocentric and universalism approach, implying that the African cultures had a lot to borrow from Europe. Indeed, modern African literature has drawn a lot of inspiration from European context, this is in consideration of the impacts that colonialism had on African civilization, particularly religion and education. In fact, most African authors readily agree with this fact. Chinua Achebe, a Nigerian and one of the most distinguished African authors, was of the opinion that undertaking literary works in English stood to elevate the scope of reach of his works. In “The African Writer and the English language” (30), Achebe outlines his view on this matter by stating, “The English language will be able to carry the weight of my African experience. But it will have to be new English, still in full communion with its ancestral home but altered to suit its new African surroundings”. It must be noted however, that modern African literature contains aspects of active protest in regards to the continent’s encounter with Europe. Certainly, references to instances of injustice and prejudice as orchestrated by colonial powers as well as issu...



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