LIKE A DREAM (Episode 7)

4 MONTHS AFTER “Dude, you can’t be serious, you mean I don’t know what I am saying? I am not sure of what I saw?” Benny touched his chest as he bellowed; pacing between the dining area and the couch where Giorgio was sitting calmly, he was clad only in shorts and singlet; his legs … Continue reading LIKE A DREAM (Episode 7)

Indigenous and Traditional Adaptations in Contemporary African Fiction

African fiction is the socio-political, historical and cultural documentation of the experiences of the African people; it reflects and refracts the goings-on in the society, as it is functional and committed to the course of liberation from the shackles of neo-colonialism. African writers cannot be separated from these realities and thus, they use the whole … Continue reading Indigenous and Traditional Adaptations in Contemporary African Fiction