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Protected: Monsters: The figure of the perpetrator in Antjie Krog’s Country of my Skull: Guilt, Sorrow, and the Limits of Forgiveness in the New South Africa.

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Final Paper Part Three: Abstract

Halfway Things: Gothicism and the African Diaspora in The Icarus Girl and Sozaboy Abstract: This conference paper aims to bond the Abiku, Yoruba ghost children, to the modern African diasporic experience by positioning said figure as a metaphorical expression of … Continue reading

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Annotated Bibliography

My conference paper is an investigation into the diasporic state conducted through an examination of the Abiku figure and other examples of ghostliness as indicators and expressions of abjection and fractured identity in Helen Oyeyemi’s The Icarus Girl, Ken Saro-Wiwa’s … Continue reading

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Final Paper Ideas: Postcolonial Gothic in the African Novel

Searching through journals for articles that “sound fun” quickly led me to postcolonial gothic readings of African literature. I ended up creating a short list of ways the gothic can be read into postcolonial or African literature based on the … Continue reading

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