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WOLE SOYINKA (1934 - )

SOURCES: PRIMARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:
    • Art, Dialogue, and Outrage: Essays on Art and Literature.  Ibadan: New Horn, 1988. 
  • Selected Individual Works:
    • "Between Self and System: the Artist in Search of Liberation."  Art, Dialogue, and Outrage: Essays on Art and Literature.  Ibadan: New Horn, 1988.  61-85. 
    • "The Critic and Society: Barthes, Leftocracy and Other Mythologies."  Black American Literature Forum 15.4 (1981): 133-145. 
      • Art, Dialogue, and Outrage: Essays on Art and Literature.  Ibadan: New Horn, 1988.  146-178.
      • Black Literature and Literary Theory.  Ed. Henry Louis Gates, Jr.  New York: Methuen, 1984.
    • "Language as Boundary."  Keynote Address, The Question of a National Language, Ministry of Education Symposium, Kaduna, 1978. 
      • Art, Dialogue, and Outrage: Essays on Art and Literature.  Ibadan: New Horn, 1988.  132-145.
    • Myth, Literature and the Africa World.  Cambridge: CUP, 1976.
      • "From Myth, Literature and the African World."  I AM BECAUSE WE ARE: Readings in Black Philosophy.  Ed. Fred Lee Hord and Jonathan Scott Lee.  Amherst: U of Massachusetts P, 1995.  84-93.
    • "Aesthetic Illusions: Prescriptions for the Suicide of Poetry."  Third Press Review of Books 1.1 (1975): 6-68. 
      • Art, Dialogue, and Outrage: Essays on Art and Literature.  Ibadan: New Horn, 1988.  86-109.
    • "Neo-Tarzanism: the Poetics of Pseudo-Tradition."  Transition 48 (1975): 38-44. 
      • Art, Dialogue, and Outrage: Essays on Art and Literature.  Ibadan: New Horn, 1988.  315-329.
    • "The Fourth Stage."  The Morality of Art.  Cambridge: CUP, 1973.  140-160. 
      • Art, Dialogue, and Outrage: Essays on Art and Literature.  Ibadan: New Horn, 1988.  21-34.
      • Myth, Literature and the Africa World.  Cambridge: CUP, 1976.  140-160. 
    • "The Failure of the Writer in Africa."  The Africa Reader: Independent Africa.  Ed. Wilfrid Cartey and Martin Kilson.  New York: Vintage, 1970.  135-142.
    • "The Writer in a Modern African State."  L'Afrique Actuelle 19 (1967): 5-7. 
      • Art, Dialogue, and Outrage: Essays on Art and Literature.  Ibadan: New Horn, 1988.  15-20.
      • The Africa  Reader: Independent Africa.  London: Vintage, 1970.  135-142. 
      • The Writer in Modern Africa.  Ed. Per Wastberg.  Upsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, 1968.  14-36. 
    • "From a Common Back-Cloth: a Re-Assessment of the African Literary Image."  American Scholar 32.3 (1963): 387-396. 
      • Art, Dialogue, and Outrage: Essays on Art and Literature.  Ibadan: New Horn, 1988.  7-14.

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SOURCES: SECONDARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:

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  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Appiah, Kwame Anthony.  “Soyinka's Myth of an African World.”  Crisscrossing Boundaries in African Literatures.  Ed. Ken Harrow, Jonathan Ngaté and Clarisse Zimra.  Washington, DC: Three Continents Press and the African Literature Association, 1991.  11-24. 

      • Rpt. as "Myth of an African World."  In My Father's House: Africa in the Philosophy of Culture.  Oxford: OUP, 1992.  73-84.

    • Appiah, Kwame Anthony.  “Soyinka and the Philosophy of Culture.”  Philosophy in Africa: Trends and Perspectives.  Ed. P.O. Bodunrin.  Ile-Ife: U of Ife P, 1985.  250-263.

    • Chinweizu. 

    • Hunt, Geoffrey.  "Two African Aesthetics: Soyinka vs. Cabral."  Marxism and African Literature.  Ed. George M. Gugelberger.  London: James Currey, 1985.  64-93.

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