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Issue 2, Spring 1985

Wasafiri 2

Susheila Nasta interviews Sam Selvon. Kenneth Ramchand on Indo-African relations in Caribbean fiction. Three Nigerian short stories by Adewale Maja-Pearce. Fred D’Aguiar reviews Kamau Brathwaite’s Third World Poems.


Susheila Nasta
Interviews Sam Selvon

Roger Bromley
Reaching a Clearing: Gender and Politics in Zee Edgell’s Beka Lamb

Morgan Dalphinis
The African Presence: Similarities Between West Indian Creole and African Oral Literature

Kenneth Ramchand
Indian-African Relations in Caribbean Fiction: Reflected in Earl Lovelace’s The Dragon Can’t Dance

Elizabeth M Nicholson
Indian Literature in the English Classroom: I

Adewale Maja-Pearce
Three Nigerian Short Stories

Roger Freebairn
Poem: Return Journey

Milton Godfrey
Poem: Disappointment


Eckhard Breitinger
Nuruddin Farah Close Sesame

Adetokunbo Pearse
Chinua Achebe The Trouble With Nigeria

Roger Freeborn
David Dabydeen Slave Song

Jane Wilkinson
Itala Vivan Interpreti rituali: Il romanzo dell’ Africa Nera

Fred D’Aguiar
Kamau Brathwaite Third World Poems
Derek Walcott Midsummer

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