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Bâ, Hampaté. Aspects de la civilization africaine. Paris, 1972.

Battestini, Simon P. X. "Muslim Influences on West African Literature and Culture." Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 7 (July 1986): 2, 476–502.

Finnegan, Ruth. Oral Literature in Africa. Oxford, 1970.

Frye, Northrop. Anatomy of Criticism: Four Essays. Princeton, N.J., 1957.

Gérard, Albert. African Language Literatures: An Introduction to the Literary History of Sub-Saharan Africa. Washington, D.C, 1980.

Gérard, Albert. European-Language Writing in Sub-Saharan Africa. 2 vols. Budapest, Hungary, 1986.

Griaule, Marcel. Conversations with Ogotemmêli. London, 1948.

Harrow, Ken, ed. Faces of Islam in African Literature. Studies in African Literature: New Series. Portsmouth, N.H., 1991.

Harrow, Ken, ed. The Marabout and the Muse: New Approaches to Islam in African Literature. Portsmouth, N.H., 1996. These two books edited by Ken Harrow constitute an indispensable introduction to the relation between Islam and African literature...

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