[Oral Traditions and Modern Literature in Ghana]
Apronti, Dr. Jawa, Fiction and Poetry in Africa (Ghana)
Martin Luther King Fellows In Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection
Dr. Jawa Apronti delivers a presentation on the oral traditions and modern literature in Africa. In the presentation he discusses the Negritude literary movement in France. Dr. Henry Mitchell juxtaposes African and Biblical oral tradition with Western written tradition.
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Mitchell, Henry and Apronti, Jawa, "[Oral Traditions and Modern Literature in Ghana]" (1972). Martin Luther King Fellows in Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 8.
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