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Extra resources for A Prescience of African Cultural Studies: The Future of Literature in Africa Is Not What It Was (Counterpoints (New York, N.Y.), Vol. 40.)
Go the bad boys at the back, their faces twisted in mock pain, signaling that they are extending the meaning of the teacher’s jab to a challenge, one which I cannot, indeed dare not resist taking up. “Fuck off,” I mouth slowly, silently and good-naturedly at the teacher’s back, making a sweeping gesture with my hand to include the entire class. I am rewarded with chuckles of approval from the bad boys and scandalized looks from the bright keeners in the ﬁrst row. For good measure, I take one last, long, albeit surreptitious glance outside.
In the case of Fourah Bay College (University of Sierra Leone), the English Department has added African sections to its predominantly and unabashedly Anglocentric courses in literature or created entire courses in African literature but only to supplement a program in English that is still predominantly British in content and in its approach to literary appreciation. A. 2 While I had personally only stumbled on this fact, it raises a much wider issue about what the approach should be to the appreciation of African works of literature.
Some are arguing over what the outcome of an interrupted match would have been; others are teasing opponents they had defeated in previous contests or vowing revenge on classmates who had defeated them. A few of us are making do with ﬂicking the ears of the irritatingly bright and keen boys in the ﬁrst row. Everyone is fanning away with open exercise books in the futile attempt to get cool. Upon sighting the teacher approaching from the other end of the long, open aired corridor, the class lookout screams (it’s the only way he can be heard above the raucous din) “St.
A Prescience of African Cultural Studies: The Future of Literature in Africa Is Not What It Was (Counterpoints (New York, N.Y.), Vol. 40.) by Handel Kashope Wright