Table of contents for Pre-colonial Africa in colonial African narratives : from Ethiopia unbound to Things fall apart, 1911-1958 / Donald R. Wehrs.

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Preface . . . vii.
Chapter One: 
Embodied Ethical Life and the Threat of Cognitive Imperialism in African Contexts . . . 1.
Chapter Two: 
Hayford, Balewa, and the Representation of African Culture and Society
 . . . 52.
Three: Articulations of Empire and Hatred of the Other Man in Hazoumé's Doguicimi . . . 85.
Chapter Four: 
History, Fable, and Syncretism in Fagunwa's Forest of a Thousand Daemons . . . 119.
Chapter Five: 
The Ordeal of Cognitive Imperialism in Tutuola's Early Fiction . . . 160.
Chapter Six: 
Pre-Colonial History and Anticolonial Politics in Achebe's Things Fall Apart									 . . . 212.
Conclusion									 . . . 266.
Bibliography . . . 271.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African literature -- History and criticism.
Colonialism in literature.