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Africa: white writers

Diary of a Mad Kenyan Woman, discusses the issue of the contribution of “white” writers in African literary history and the arbitrary changing of people´s social categories in order to fit in to the category of “white”. Since when was Franz Fanon “white” ? “he would be twirling like a top in his grave to hear that he was consider to be a “white writer”.

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