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Niyi Afolabi. Golden Cage: Regeneration in Lusophone African Literature and Culture. Africa World Press. 2001. 256pp.

Ahmed S. Bangura. Islam and the West African Novel: The Politics of Representation. Lynne Rienner Publishers. 2000. 171pp.

Rand Bishop. African Literature, African Critics: The Forming of Critical Standards, 1947-1966. Greenwood Press. 1988. 213pp.

David Cook. African Literature: A Critical View. Longman. 1977. 240pp.

O. R. Dathorne. The Black Mind: A History of African Literature. University of Minnesota Press. 1974. 527pp.

Phanuel Akubueze Egejuru. Black Writers, White Audience: A Critical Approach to African Literature. Hicksville, NY: Exposition Press. 1978. 255pp.

Ernest N. Emenyonu (editor). Goatskin Bags and Wisdom: New Critical Perspectives on African Literature. Africa World Press. 2000. 393pp.

Edmund L. Epstein; Robert Kole (editor). The Language of African Literature. Africa World Press. 1998. 298pp.

Shatto Arthur Gakwandi. The Novel and Contemporary Experience in Africa. Africana Publishing Co.. 1980. 136pp.

Daniel Gover; John Conteh-Morgan; Jane Bryce (editor). The Post-Colonial Condition of African Literature. Africa World Press. 2000. 149pp.

Raoul Granqvist (editor). Canonization and Teaching of African Literatures. Rodopi. 1990. 190pp.

Georg M. Gugelberger. Marxism and African Literature. Africa World Press. 1986. 226pp.

Russell G. Hamilton. Voices from an Empire: A History of Afro-Portuguese Literature. University of Minnesota Press. 1975. 450pp.

Kenneth W. Harrow. Thresholds of Change in African Literature: The Emergence of a Tradition. Heinemann. 1994. 384pp.

Charles R. Larson. The Emergence of African Fiction. Indiana University Press. 1972. 305pp.

Bernth Lindfors. Black African Literature in English: A Guide to Information Sources. Gale Research. 1979. 482pp.

Bernth Lindfors. African Textualities: Texts, Pre-Texts, and Contexts of African Literature. Africa World Press. 1997. 232pp.

Kenneth Little. The Sociology of Urban Women's Image in African Literature. Macmillan. 1980. 174pp.

Christopher L. Miller. Nationalists and Nomads: Essays on Francophone African Literature and Culture. University of Chicago Press. 1998. 258pp.

Stephanie Newell (editor). Writing African Women: Gender, Popular Culture, and Literature in West Africa. Zed Books. 1997. 204pp.

Lewis Nkosi. Tasks and Masks: Themes and Styles of African Literature. Longman. 1981. 202pp.

Dubem Okafor (editor). Meditations on African Literature. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2001. 193pp.

Olusola Oke; Sam Ade Ojo (editor). Introduction to Francophone African Literature: A Collection of Essays. Sprectrum Books. 2000. 305pp.

M. S. C. Okolo. African Literature as Political Philosophy. Zed Books. 2007. 164pp.

James Olney. Tell Me Africa: An Approach to African Literature. Princeton University Press. 1973. 324pp.

Adrian Roscoe. Mother is Gold: A Study in West African Literature. Cambridge University Press. 1977. 284pp.

Mineke Schipper. Beyond the Boundaries: African Literature and Literary Theory. Allison & Busby. 1989. 212pp.

Pamela J. Olubunmi Smith; Daniel P. Kunene (editor). Tongue and Mother Tongue: African Literature and the Perpetual Quest for Identity. Africa World Press. 2002. 205pp.

Jonathan P. Smithe. African Literature: Overview and Bibliography. Nova Publishers. 2002. 140pp.

Florence Stratton. Contemporary African Literature and the Politics of Gender. Routledge. 1994. 220pp.

Ngugi wa Thiong'o. Decolonising the mind: The Politics of Language in African Literature. James Currey. 1986. 114pp.

Flora Veit-Wild. Writing Madness: Borderlines of the Body in African Literature. James Currey. 2006. 174pp.

Claude Wauthier. Translated by Shirley Kay. The Literature and Thought of Modern Africa: A Survey. Praeger. 1966. 323pp.

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