Why Imprisonment Of Writers Contributed Most To African Literature By Alexander K Opicho

By Alexander K Opicho The recent research findings by the local media in east Africa concurred with an idealistic logic behind African and even world wide experience in the history of art and literary creativity that, a writer in prison, isolation, ostracism conditioned solitude or exile has a good state of muse. She commands admirable artistic originality beauty of literary thought and mighty of intellectual productivity. read more
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Added August 20, 2013
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