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The Savannah Review – Number Four

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Olabiyi Babalola Yai
Orientation: Lost and Found

Nick Nesbitt
Resolutely Modern: Politics and Human Rights in the in the Mandingue Charter

Carole Boyce-Davies
Stuart Hall and the Caribbean Radical Intellectual Tradition

F. Abiola Irele
Wole Soyinka: Our Unarmed Prophet

Biodun Jeyifo
“Sago m’bugo”: Wole Soyinka and the Nigerian/African Left, Clarifications and reflections on a “Jacobin” moment

Bahia Mahmud Awah
How My Grandfather Almost Starved to Death

Yewande Omotoso
The Maude Hastings Mark

John Kinsella
Four poems

Lorna Goodison
Three Poems

Dan Izevbaye
The Sahara Testaments: Literatureas Centre and Circumference

Simon Gikandi
Review: Kwame Anthony Appiah, Lines of Descent: W.E.B. Du Bois and the Emergence of Identity

Phyllis Taoua
Review: Alain Ricard Le Sable de Babel. Traduction et apartheid

Meghan Healy-Clancy
“The Ambiguities of Being a South African”: Remembering Nadine Gordimer (1923-2014)


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