Bibliography

‘WEST AFRICA’S LARGEST MARKET’. Lagos: Nigeria Magazine, 65 [June 1960]. 133-147

‘WRITING IN WEST AFRICA: A CHANCE TO ADAPT AND TO EXPERIMENT’. London: Times Literary Supplement, [10 Aug 1962]. by Ulli Beier. 570-571

B. CHINAKA, THOMAS ORLANDO IGUH…. Nendeln: Kraus Reprint, [1970]. Facsimilies of 12 Onitsha Pamphlets.

‘Onitsha Market’: Lagos: Nigerian Trade Journal, 5,3 [Sept. 1953]. 88-91

Abrash, Barbara: BLACK AFRICAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH SINCE 1952: WORKS AND CRITICISM. New York: Johnson Reprint Corp., [1967].

Achebe, Chinua: THINGS FALL APART. London: William Heinemann Ltd., [1958].

Achebe, Chinua: NO LONGER AT EASE. London: William Heinemann Ltd., [1960].

Achebe, Chinua: MORNING YET ON CREATION DAY. London: Heinemann, [1975]. “Onitsha, gift of the Niger”, expanded version of preface to Obiechina, 1973.

Achebe, Chinua: CONVERSATIONS WITH CHINUA ACHEBE. [ed. Bernth Lindfors]. Jackson: University of Mississippi Press, [1997].

Afigbo, Adiele: ROPES OF SAND: STUDIES IN IGBO HISTORY AND CULTURE. Oxford: Oxford University Press, [1981].

Amor, J.B.G.: EVERYBODY IS AN IDIOT. NY: Vantage Press, [1981].

Anafulu, Joseph C.: ‘IGBO LIFE AND ART: IGBO LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE; SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHIES’. Austin: The Conch, vol 3 [1971]. 181-204

Anafulu, Joseph C.: ONITSHA MARKET LITERATURE: DEAD OR ALIVE?. Austin: Research in African Literatture., 4, 2 [Fall 1973]. 165-171

Anafulu, Joseph C.: THE IBO-SPEAKING PEOPLES OF NIGERIA

‘Onitsha Market Literature’. Munchen: Kraus, International, [1981].

Ayers, Peter K.: WORLD LITERATURE WRITTEN IN ENGLISH. Arlington, Texas: World Literature Written in English, 18, 1

[April 1979]. Ogali A. Ogali and Coal City: the pamphleteer as novelist. 99-113.

Ayi, Abiola: REVIEW OF OBIECHINA. Lagos: Daily Times, [7 April 1971]. 12.

Azikiwe, Nnamdi: MY ODYSSEY: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. London: C. Hurst & Co. [1970].

Azikiwe, Nnamdi: ZIK: A SELECTION FROM THE SPEECHES OF DR. NNAMDI AZIKIWE. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, [1961].

Ballard, W.L. (ed): ESSAYS ON AFRICAN LITERATURE. Atlanta, Ga.: [1974]. Greenstein, Susan M.: ‘Cyprian Ekwensi and Onitsha Market Literature’ 175-191 [also in Spectrum (Atlanta), 3, June 1973. 175-192.

Barber, Karin [ed.]: READINGS IN AFRICAN POPULAR CULTURE. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press & Oxford: James Currey, [1997].

Basden, G.T.: AMONG THE IGBOS OF NIGERIA. London: Frank Cass & Co., [1966].

Bascom, William R. & Melville J. Herskovits. CONTINUITY AND CHANGE IN AFRICAN CULTURES. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, [1959].

Beier, Ulli: ‘PUBLIC OPINION ON LOVERS: POPULAR LITERATURE SOLD IN ONITSHA MARKET’. Ibadan: Black Orpheus, [Feb 1964]. 4-16.

Beir, Ulli: BLACK ORPHEUS. Ikeja: Longmans of Nigeria, [1964]

Benson, Peter: BLACK ORPHEUS, TRANSITION, AND MODERN CULTURAL AWAKENING IN AFRICA. Berkeley & London: University of California Press, [1986].

Bleeker, Sonia. THE IBO OF BIAFRA. NY: William Morrow, [1969].

Bloomfield, Valerie (Pearson, J.D. & Jones, R. eds.): THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AFRICA. ‘African Ephemera’. London: Cass., [1970]. 223-239

Bordinat, Philip: ‘DRAMATIC POTENTIAL AMONG THE IBOS’. Bowling Green, Ohio: Journal of Popular Culture, [1971]. 691-704

Bottcher, Rita: AFRIKA UND UBERSEE. Berlin: 57, 3 [1974]. Onitsha-Marktliteratur 201-209

Buchman, Thomas R.: ‘BOOKSTALLS IN AN AFRICAN MARKET: ONITSHA, EASTERN NIGERIA.’. Lawrence, Kansas: Books & Libraries at the University of Kansas, [1966].

Clough, Raymond Gore: OIL RIVERS TRADER. London: C. Hurst & Co. [1972].

Collins, Harold Reeves: THE NEW ENGLISH OF THE ONITSHA CHAPBOOKS. Athens: Ohio University, [1968].

Cosentino, Donald J.: ‘THE ONITSHA HEROINE’. Madison, Wisc.: Ba Shiru, [Fall’70/Sp’71]. 52-62.

Crowder, Michael: PAGANS AND POLITICIANS. London: Hutchinson & Co., [1959]

Dathorne, O.R.: AFRICAN LITERATURE IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. London: Heinemann, [1976]

De Benko, Eugene: ‘ONITSHA MARKET LITERATURE IN THE MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY’. Milwaukee: African Urban Notes, 2,2 [April 1967]. 12-14.

Dike, K. Onwuka: TRADE AND POLITICS IN THE NIGER DELTA, 1830-1885. Oxford: at the Clarendon Press, [1956].

Di Maio, Allesandra: TUTUOLA AT THE UNIVERSITY: THE ITALIAN VOICE OF A YORUBA ANCESTOR. Rome: Bulzoni Editore, [2000].

Dodson, Don & Dodson, Barbara: ‘PUBLISHING PROGRESS IN NIGERIA’. Toronto: Scholarly Publishing 4 [Oct. 1972]. 61-72

Dodson, Don: ONITSHA PAMPHLETS: CULTURE IN THE MARKETPLACE. Madison: University of Wisconson, Ph.D diss edition., [1974].

Dodson, Don: THE ROLE OF THE PUBLISHER IN ONITSHA MARKET LITERATURE. Austin: Research in African Literature., 4, 2 [Fall 1973]. Reprinted in: Lindfors, B. (ed) Critical Perspectives on Nigerian Literatures

Echeruo, Michael J.C.: ‘INCIDENTAL FICTION IN NIGERIA’. Onitsha: The African Writer, 1, 1 [Aug. 1962]. 10-11, 18.

Echeruo, Michael & E.N. Obiechina. IGBO TRADITIONAL LIFE, CULTURE AND LITERATURE. Owerri: The Conch, [1971].

Egejuru, Phanuel Akubueze. TOWARDS AFRICAN LITERARY INDEPENDENCE: A DIALOGUE WITH CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN WRITERS. Westport: Greenwood Press, [1980].

Ekwensi, Cyprian. PEOPLE OF THE CITY. London: Andrew Dakers, [1954].

Ekwensi, Cyprian. JAGUA NANA. London: Hutchinson & Co., [1961].

Ekwensi, Cyprian. SURVIVE THE PEACE. London: Heinemann, [1976].

Emenyonu, J.O.: THE RISE OF THE IGBO NOVEL. Ibadan: Oxford University Press, [1978]. ‘Transition from writing in Igbo to writing in English’ 60-89

Equiano,Olaudah: THE LIFE OF OLUDAH EQUIANO, OR GUSTAVUS VASSA THE AFRICAN, WRITTEN BY HIMSELF. [Paul Edwards, ed.]. NY &London: Penguin Books, [1995].

Ezenwa-Ohaeto: CHINUA ACHEBE : A BIOGRAPHY. Oxford: James Currey, [1997].

Enwezor, Okwui: THE SHORT CENTURY: INDEPENDENCE AND LIBERATION MOVEMENTS IN AFRICA, 1945-1994. Munich: Prestel, [2001].

Dorde, Daryll & G.I. Jones: THE IBO AND IBIBIO-SPEAKING PEOPLES OF SOUTH- EAST NIGERIA. London: International African Institute, [1950].

Forde, Daryll [ed.]: EFIK TRADERS OF OLD CALABAR. London: Dawsons of Pall Mall, [1968].

Fordyce, A.J.: ‘THE CATNACHES OF WEST AFRICA’. Glasgow: Library Review, 22 [Autumn 1970]. 367-369.

Forsyth, Frederick. THE BIAFRA STORY. London: Penguin, [1969].

Goody, Jack [ed.]: LITERACY IN TRADITIONAL SOCIETIES. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, [1968].

Goody, Jack: THE DOMESTICATION OF THE SAVAGE MIND. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, [1977].

Goody, Jack: THE INTERFACE BETWEEN THE WRITTEN AND THE ORAL. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, [1987].

Gramont, Sanche de. THE STRONG BROWN GOD: THE STORY OF THE NIGER RIVER. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., [1976].

Green, M.M.: IBO VILLAGE AFFAIRS. New York: Frederick A. Praeger, Inc., [1964].

Griswold, Wendy: BEARING WITNESS: READERS,WRITERS,AND THE NOVEL IN NIGERIA. Princeton: Princeton University Press, [2000].

Haruna, Matthew: ‘A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SPEECHES OF CHIEF JOMBO, BOMBER BILLY AND MIKE IN THE PLAY VERONICA MY DAUGHTER. Zaria: Kuka, [1980/81]. 1-6

Havelock, Eric A.: THE MUSE LEARNS TO WRITE: REFLECTIONS ON ORALITY AND LITERACY FROM ANTIQUITY TO THE PRESENT. New Haven & London: Yale University Press, [1986].

Haynes, Jonathan: NIGERIAN VIDEO FILMS. Athens, [2000].

Henderson, Richard N.: THE KING IN EVERY MAN: EVOLUTIONARY TRENDS IN ONITSHA IBO SOCIETY AND CULTURE. New Haven & London: Yale University Press, [1972].

Herdeck, Donald Elmer: AFRICAN AUTHORS. Washington, D.C.: Black Orpheus Press, [1973].

Hodgkin, Thomas: NIGERIAN PERSPECTIVES: AN HISTORICAL ANTHOLOGY. London: Oxford University Press, [1960].

Hogg, Peter and Sternberg, Ilse: MARKET LITERATURE FROM NIGERIA : A CHECKLIST. London: The British Library, [1990].

Hodder, B.W. and Ukwu, U.I.: MARKETS IN WEST AFRICA. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press, [1969].

Hughes, Langston [ed.]. AN AFRICAN TREASURY. NY: Crown, [1960].

Ikkideh, Ime: ‘POPULAR FICTION IN GHANA: AN INTRODUCTORY STUDY’. Legon: Okyeame, 4, 2 [1969]. Reprinted in Heywood,C. (ed) Perspectives on African Literature (London, 1971) 106-116

Ikpoto, Grey: ‘THE FIELD OF AUTHORSHIP’. Onitsha: Nigerian Author Magazine, [1962]. 7

Innis, Harold A.: EMPIRE AND COMMUNICATIONS. [forward by Marshall McLuhan]. Toronto & Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, [1972].

Isichei, Elizabeth. THE IBO PEOPLE AND THE EUROPEANS: THE GENESISOF A RELATIONSHIP — TO 1906. NY: St. Martin’s Press, 1973.

Jahn, Janheinz: MUNTU: THE NEW AFRICAN CULTURE. London: Faber & Faber, [1961].

Jahn, Janheinz: THROUGH AFRICAN DOORS: EXPERIENCES AND ENCOUNTERS IN WEST AFRICA. London: Faber & Faber, [1962].

Jahn, Janheinz: NEO-AFRICAN LITERTATURE: A HISTORY OF BLACK WRITING. London: Faber & Faber, [1968].

Larson, Charles R.: ‘THE KENNEDY MYTH IN NIGERIA’. Boulder: Colorado Quarterly, 16, 1 [Summer 1967]. 39-45

Larson, Charles R.: THE EMERGENCE OF AFRICAN FICTION. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, [1972]. ‘Pamela in Africa: Onitsha Market Literature.’ 66-92

Larson, Charles R.: THE ORDEAL OF THE AFRICAN WRITER. London & New York: Zed Books, [2001].

Le Clézio, J.M.G.: ONITSHA. Lincoln: University of Nebraska, [1997].

Leith-Ross, Sylvia: AFRICAN WOMEN. London: Faber & Faber, [1939].

Le Vine, Robert: ‘SEX ROLES AND ECONOMIC CHANGE IN AFRICA’. Pittsburgh: Ethnology, 5, 2 [April 1966]. 186-193 Reprinted in: Middleton, John (ed) Black Africa (London, 1970) 174-180.

Lindfors, Bernth: ‘A CHECKLIST OF PREWAR NIGERIAN CHAPBOOK FICTION AND POETRY IN ENGLISH’. New York: Africana Journal, 11, 1-2 [1980]. 53-63

Lindfors, Bernth: ‘A PRELIMINARY CHECKLIST OF NIGERIAN BIOGRAPHICAL AND AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL CHAPBOOKS IN ENGLISH’. Wilwaukee: African Urban Notes, 4 [Nov. 1967], 1-13

Lindfors, Bernth: ‘A PRELIMINARY CHECKLIST OF NIGERIAN DRAMA IN ENGLISH’. Afro-Asian Theater Bulletin, 2,2 [Feb. 1967] 16-21; [Oct ’67] 22-25

Lindfors, Bernth: ‘ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS TO JANHEINZ JAHN’S BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NEO-AFRICAN LITERATURE. Boston: African Studies Bulletin, 11, 2 [Sept. 1968]. 129-148

Lindfors, Bernth: ‘AFRICAN VENACULAR STYLES IN NIGERIAN FICTION’. Atlanta, Ga.: College Language Associaiton Journal, 9, 3 [March 1966]. 265-273

Lindfors, Bernth: ‘HEROES AND HERO-WORSHIP IN NIGERIAN CHAPBOOKS’. Bowling Green, Ohio: Journal of Popular Culture, 1, 1 [Summer 1967]. Reprinted in: Folklore in Nigerian Literature.

Lindfors, Bernth: ‘NIGERIAN CHAPBOOK HEROINES’. Bowling Green, Ohio: Journal of Popular Culture, 2,3 [Winter 1968]. 441-450

Lindfors, Bernth: ‘PREVERTED PROVERBS IN NIGERIAN CHAPBOOKS’. Helsinki: Proverbium, 15 [1970]. 482-487

Lindfors, Bernth: ‘SHAKESPERE AND NIGERIAN DRAMA’. Stuttgart: Bieber [1975]. Actes du VIe Congres d l’Association Internationale de Litteerature Comparee. 639-641

Lindfors, Bernth: ‘THE RISE OF AFRICAN PORNOGRAPHY’. Accra: Transition, 42 [1973]. 65-71

Lindfors, Bernth: BLACK AFRICAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH: A GUIDE TO INFORMATION SOURCES. Detroit: Gale Research Co., [1979].

Lindfors, Bernth: FOLKLORE IN NIGERIAN LITERATURE. New York: Africana Publishing Company, [1973].

McCarthy, Caven M.: ‘PRINTING IN ONITSHA: SOME PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE PRODUCTION OF NIGERIAN MARKET LITERATURE’. London: African Research & Documentation, 35 [1984]. 22-25.

McLuhan, Marshall: GUTENBERG GALLEXY. Toronto & Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, [1962].

Maier, Karl. THIS HOUSE HAS FALLEN: MIDNIGHT IN NIGERIA. NY: Public Affairs, [2000].

Meek, Dr. C.K.: LAW AND AUTHORITY IN A NIGERIAN TRIBE: A STUDY OF INDIRECT RULE. Oxford: Oxford University Press, [1937].

Mezu, S. Okechukwu: ‘THE CRADLES OF MODERN AFRICAN WRITING: A CASE STUDY OF THE IGBO MARKET LITERATURE. Austin, Texas: Conch, 2,1 edition., [March 1970]. 3-11

Mezu, S. Okechukwu: IGBO MARKET LITERATURE. Buffalo, N.Y.: Black Academy Press, [1972]. 5 vols.

Mgbakor, T.D.: THE ONITSHA PAMPHLETS. Ibadan: Crt. Ed. diss., [1966].

Newell, Stephanie: GHANAIAN POPULAR FICTION: ‘THRILLING DISCOVERIES IN CONJUGAL LIFE’ AND OTHER TALES. Oxford: James Curray & Athens: Ohio University Press, [2000].

Nitechi, Andre: ONITSHA PUBLICATIONS. Syracuse: Syracuse University, [1967].

Nkala, Nathan O.: ‘LITERATURE FOR THE MASSES’. Enugu: Renaissance, [4 April 1971]. 21

Nwabara, Dr. S.N.: IBOLAND: A CENTURY OF CONTACT WITH BRITAIN, 1860-1960. Atlantic Highlands: Humanities Press, [1978].

Nwanodi, Glory O.: ‘THE MENACE OF PAMPHLETS’. Nsukka: Educator, [1964]. By Ohogbule Wonodi. 21-22

Nwawume, Veronica: ‘NEVER TRUST ALL YOU READ, OR HOW MANY GRAMMATICAL ERRORS MAKE A COMEDY?’. Addis Ababa: Something, 5 [1966]. 65-67

Nwoga, Donatus Ibe: ‘ONITSHA MARKET LITERATURE’. Kampala: Transition, 19 [1965]. 26-33

Obasi, John U.: ‘BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CONTROL OF NIGERIAN PUBLICATIONS: SOCIAL SCIENCE PRIMARY MATERIALS. London: Journal of Documentation, 38,2 [June 1982]. 107-124

Obiechina, Emmanuel: ‘PERCEPTIONS OF COLONIALISM IN WEST AFRICAN LITERATURE’. Los Angeles: Ufahamu, 5,1 [1974]. 45-70

Obiechina, Emmanuel: AN AFRICAN POPULAR LITERATURE: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF POPULAR PAMPHLETEERING IN NIGERIA. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, [1973].

Obiechina, Emmanuel: LITERATURE FOR THE MASSES: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF POPULAR PAMPHLETEERING IN NIGERIA. Enugu: Nwankwo-Ifejika, [1971].

Obiechina, Emmanuel: ONITSHA MARKET LITERATURE. London: Heinemann, [1972].

Obiechina, Emmanuel: LANGUAGE AND THEME: ESSAYS IN AFRICAN LITERATURE. Washington, D.C.: Howard University Press, [1990].

Ogali, Ogali: VERONICA MY DAUGHTER AND OTHER PLAYS AND STORIES. Washington, D.C.: Three Continents Press, [1980].

Okara, Gabriel: THE VOICE. London: Andre Deutsch Ltd., [1964].

Okechukwu, Chinwe: FOLKTALES AMONG THE IGBO. Rockville, MD: Eagle and Palm Publisher, [1997].

Okoro, Ezuma Emmanuel: BOOK PUBLISHING IN NIGERIA: A SURVEY AND ANALYSIS. Loughborough: MLS dis, [1979]. Okpa-Iroha, N.: ‘A CHALLENGE TO OUR INDIGENOUS PUBLISHERS’. Benin City: Nigerian Observer, [10 June 1971]. 5

Okpaku, Joseph (ed): NEW AFRICAN LITERATURE AND THE ARTS. New York: Crowell, [1970]. 2 vols.

Oluwasanmi, Edwina, and others (eds): PUBLISHING IN AFRICA IN THE SEVENTIES. Ile Ife: University of Ife Press, [1975].

Ong, Walter J.: THE PRESENCE OF THE WORD: SOME PROLEGOMENA FOR CULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS HISTORY. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, [1967].

Ong, Walter J.: INTERFACES OF THE WORD: STUDIES IN THE EVOLUTION OF CONSCIOUSNESS AND CULTURE. Ithaca & London: Cornell University Press, [1977.]

Ong, Walter J.: ORALITY AND LITERACY. London: Methuen & Co., [1982].

Oramah, Chika: ‘BOOK DEFENDS MASS LITERATURE’. Nsukka: Record, [22 April 1971]. 3.

Oriji, John N.: TRADITIONS OF IGBO ORIGIN: A STUDY OF PRE-COLONIAL POPULATION MOVEMENTS IN AFRICA. NY: Peter Lang, [1990.]

Ottah, Nelson: ‘THAT DR. OBIECHINA’S LITERARY GOLD-BRICK’. Kaduna: New Nigerian, [29 April 1971]. 8

Perry, Ruth: A PRELIMINARY BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE LITERATURE OF NATIONALISM IN NIGERIA. London: [1955].

Petersen, K.H. & Rutherford A. (eds): COWRIES AND KOBOS. Aarhus: Dangaroo Press [1981]. Dodson, Don: ‘Onitsha Market Literature’

Post, K.W.J.: ‘NIGERIAN PAMPHLETEERS AND THE CONGO’. London: Journal of Mod. Afr. Studies, 2,3 edition., [Nov. 1964]. 405-418

Press, J. (ed): COMMONEALTH LITERATURE. London: Heinemann, [1965]. Ekpenyong, J.O.: ‘The Use of English in Nigeria.’ 144-150

Priebe, Richard: ‘POPULAR WRITING IN GHANA: A SOCIOLOGY AND RHETORIC’. Austin: Research in African Literature, 9,3 [Winter 1978]. 395-432 Reprinted in: Myth, Realism, and the West African Reader. Trenton: Africa World Press [1988] as “Ethical Consciousness and Ghanaian Popular Fiction: A Rhetoric and Sociology of a Literature”. 139-164

Priebe, Richard: MYTH, REALISM AND THE WEST AFRICAN READER. Trenton: Africa World Press, [1988].

Reed, John: ‘AFRICA’S MARKET LITERATURE’. New York: Nation, 3,15 [15 June 1963]. 509-510

Reed, John: ‘CHAPBOOKS ON THE MARKET’. Salisbury, Rhod.: Central African Examiner, 6,8 [Jan. 1963]. 22-23

Ricard, Alain: ‘FRANCOPHONE CHAPBOOKS IN WEST AFRICA: A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE’. Austin: Research in African Literature, 3,1 [Spring 1972]. 68-69

Ricard, Alain: LIVER ET COMMUNICATION AU NIGERIA: ESSAI DE VUE GENERALISTE. Paris: Presence Africaine, [1975].

Robinson, Ronald, John Gallagher & Alice Denny: AFRICA AND THE VICTORIANS: THE CLIMAX OF IMPERIALISM IN THE DARK CONTINENT. NY: St. Martins, [1961].

Roscoe, Adrian A.: MOTHER IS GOLD ‘A Use for Literacy: Nigerian Popular Literature’. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, [1971].

St. Jorre, John de: THE BROTHERS’ WAR: BIAFRA AND NIGERIA. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., [1972].

Sander, Reinhard W.: ‘A CHECKLIST OF WORKS BY NIGERIAN POPULAR WRITER OGALI A. OGALI’. Austin: Research in African Literature, 9,3 [Winter 1978]. 445-448

Schmidt, Nancy J.: ‘NIGERIA: FICTION FOR THE AVERAGE MAN’. Washington, D.C.: Africa Report, 10,8 [Aug. 1965]. 39-41

Schmidt, Nancy J.: ‘NIGERIAN CHAPBOOK HEROINES: A REPLY TO BERNTH LINDFORS’. Bowling Green, Ohio: Journal of Popular Culture, 2 [1968]. 451-456

Schmidt, Nancy J.: ‘NIGERIAN FICTION AND THE AFRICAN ORAL TRADITION’. Stanford, Cal.: Journal of the New African Literature, 5/6 [Spring/Fall 1968]. Reprinted in: Okpaku, J. (ed) New African Literature and the Arts, vol.2 (New York), 1970, 25-38.

Schmidt, Nancy J.: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF NIGERIAN FICTION. Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University, Ph.D. diss. [1965].

Shelton, Austin J.: ‘THE ARTICULATION OF TRADITIONAL AND MODERN IN IBO LITERATURE’. Paris: The Conch, 1,1 [March 1969]. 30-52.

Soyinka, Wole: THE MAN DIED. New York: Harper & Row, [1972].

Soyinka, Wole: MYTH, LITERATURE AND THE AFRICAN WORLD. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, [1976].

Soyinka, Wole: AKE: THE YEARS OF CHILDHOOD. NY: Random House, [1982].

Soyinka, Wole: ART, DIALOGUE, AND OUTRAGE. NY: Pantheon Books, [1994].

Thompson, Robert Farris: BLACK GODS AND KINGS: YORUBA ART AT U.C.L.A. Bloomington & London: Indiana University Press, [1976].

Thompson, Robert Farris: AFRICAN ART IN MOTION. Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press, [1979].

Thompson, Robert Farris: FLASH OF THE SPIRIT: AFRICAN AND AFRO- AMERICAN ART AND PHILOSOPHY. NY: Random House, [1983].

Thorpe, Michael: ‘ENGLISH IN NIGERIA’. Mysore: Literary Half Yearly, 11,1 [1970]. 39-52

Tonkin, J. Elizabeth A.: SOME ASPECTS OF LANGUAGE FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO MULTI-LINGUAL. Oxford: D.Phil. diss. [1970].

Tutuola, Amos: THE PALM-WINE DRINKARD AND HIS DEAD PALM-WINE TAPSTER IN THE DEAD’S TOWN. London: Faber & Faber, [1953].

Tutuola, Amos: MY LIFE IN THE BUSH OF GHOSTS. London: Faber & Faber, [1954].

Uchendu, Victor C.: THE IBO OF SOUTHEAST NIGERIA. NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [1965].

Undenta, Udenta O.: IDEOLOGICAL SANCTION AND SOCIAL ACTION IN AFRICAN LITERATURE. Enugu: Fourth Dimension Press, [1994].

Undenta, Udenta O.: ART, IDEOLOGY AND SOCIAL COMMITMENT IN AFRICAN POETRY (A DISCOURSE). Enugu: Fourth Dimension Press, [1996].

Ulanski, Gene: ‘CAESAR CROSSES THE NIGER: SHARKESPERE AND ONITSHA MARKET CHAPBOOKS. Stanford, Cal.: Journal of the New African Literature, 4 [Fall 1967]. Reprinted in Okpaku, J. (ed) New African Literature and the Arts 66-71.

Umeasiegbu, Rems Nna: THE WAY WE LIVED. London & Ibadan: Heinemann Educational Books, [1969].

W.D.: ‘ONITSHA PAMPHLETEERS’. London: West Africa, 2931 [13 Aug 1973]. 1113-1114

Young, Peter: ‘A NOTE FROM ONITSHA’. Freetown: Bulletin of the Association for African Literature in English, 4 [March 1966]. 37-401

 

 


 

Leave A Comment