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Achebe, Chinua, Things Fall Apart, Heinemann, 1958.

Aidoo, Ama Ata, "Literature, Feminism, and the African Writer Today," in Challenging Hierarchies: Issues and Themes in Colonial and Postcolonial African Literature, Peter Lang, 1998, pp.15-35.

Brown, Lloyd W., Women Writers in Black Africa, Greenwood Press, 1981, pp. 126-31.

Burness, Don, ed., "Interview with Grace Ogot," in Wanasema: Conversations with African Writers, International Studies Africa Series, Number 46, 1985, pp. 60—65.

Davies, Carole Boyce, and Elaine Savory Fido, "African Women Writers: Toward a Literary History," in A History of Twentieth-Century African Literatures, edited by Oyekan Owomoyela, University of Nebraska Press, 1993, pp. 281-307.

Fanon, Franz, Black Skin, White Masks, Grove Press, 1967.

Griffiths, Gareth, African Literatures in English: East and West, Pearson Education, 2000, pp. 281-307.

Kurtz, J. Roger, "Post-Marked Nairobi: Writing in the City in Contemporary Kenya," in The Post-Colonial Condition of African Literature, edited by Daniel Gover, John Conteh-Morgan, and Jane Bryce, 2000, pp. 103-10.

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