DOI:​10.2979/RAL.2002.33.2.119
Corpus ID: 161207909
Islamic-Hausa Feminism and Kano Market Literature: Qur'anic Reinterpretation in the Novels of Balaraba Yakubu
Novian Whitsitt
Published 2002
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Research in African Literatures
In the urban areas of northern Nigeria, a burgeoning corpus of contemporary Hausa popular literature has captured the attention and concern of the entire Hausa community. The literature can be found… Expand
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