A Long Way from Douala, a Modern Coming-of-Age Cameroonian Story: A Dialogue with Max Lobe

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Every Writer is a Writer in Politics: A Dialogue with Tanimu A. Tahir

EVERY WRITER IS A WRITER IN POLITICS A DIALOGUE WITH TANIMU A. TAHIR Tanimu A. Tahir is a Nigerian novelist

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The Retrieval of Life After Trauma: A Dialogue with Abdulrazak Gurnah

THE RETRIEVAL OF LIFE AFTER TRAUMA A DIALOGUE WITH ABDULRAZAK GURNAH Abdulrazak Gurnah is the author of nine novels: Memory of Departure, Pilgrims

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Connecting the Seemingly Unconnected: A Dialogue with Nahida Esmail

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Historical Fiction and the Documentation of Dreams in Young Adult Literature: A Dialogue with Ayesha Harruna Attah

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Culture as a Tool for Characterization: A Dialogue with Tola Rotimi Abraham

CULTURE AS A TOOL FOR CHARACTERIZATION A DIALOGUE WITH TOLA ROTIMI ABRAHAM Tola Abraham is a fiction and nonfiction writer.

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The Art of Dismantling Life: A Dialogue with Sabah Carrim

THE ART OF DISMANTLING LIFE A DIALOGUE WITH SABAH CARRIM Sabah Carrim has authored two novels, namely Humeirah and Semi-Apes,

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