Folklorisation as a Narrative Strategy in African Literary Discourse in Spanish

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The article analyzes the narrative strategy used by African writers to create syncretic literary discourse combining folk elements with modern writing techniques. The research is based on Ekomo by Guinean writer M. Nsue Angüe.

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N S Naydenova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Foreign Languages Department Philological Faculty


Copyright (c) 2014 Naydenova N.S.

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