Art and ideology in the African novel : a study of the influence of Marxism on African writing / Emmanuel Ngara
- Ngara, Emmanuel
- London : Heinemann, 1985.
- Physical Description:
- ix, 126 pages ; 22 cm.
- Marxist aesthetics and stylistic criticism -- Commitment, realism and socialist art -- Literature, society and ideology -- The rise and development of the modern African novel : a Marxist viewpoint -- Ideology and language in African literature -- Ideology and socialism in three African writers -- The development of proletarian consciousness : Ousmane's God's bits of wood -- Towards a new socialist order : Ngugi's Petals of blood -- The price of commitment : La Guma's In the fog of the seasons' end -- The dilemma of a South African liberal : Nadine Gordimer's The late bourgeois world -- Ideology, form and social vision in the African novel : overview and conclusions.
- Charles L. Blockson Collection of African Americana and the African Diaspora.
- Includes index.
- Bibliography Note:
- Bibliography: pages -121.
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