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  • Author:
    Charles Bodunde
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Text and theories in transition : black African literature and imagined traditions. Oral Traditions and Aesthetic Transfer: Creativity and Social Vision in Contemporary Black Poetry. Environmental Sustainability: African Womanist Response in Ojaide’s The Activist. Charles A. Bodunde, Saeedat B. Aliyu.

Oral Traditions and Aesthetic Transfer: Creativity and Social Vision in Contemporary Black Poetry (. .Bodunde supplements his critical inquiry with excerpts from interviews he conducted between 1994 and 1999 with several of the poets whose work he discusses.January 2002 · Africa Today. In each of ten brief chapters, Bodunde applies one or more aspects of the categories mentioned above to the writings of one or more poets. For example, in the second chapter, "Myth, Legend, and the Poetics of Heroism," he explores Wole Soyinka's and Mazisi Kunene's deployment of Ogun and Shaka as archetypes.

Politics and Form in Post-modern Poetry Bodunde, Charless 2001. 289 Contemporary Black Poetry. Bayreuth African Studies, 58.

Politics and Form in Post-modern Poetry. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Bodunde, Charless 2001. Boehmer, Elleke 2005. Colonial and Postcolonial Literature: Migrant Metaphors.

Bayreuth: Bayreuth African Studies, 2001. Bodunde's approach in Oral Traditions and Aesthetic Transfer is to underline two major patterns of relationship with oral resources in contemporary black poetry.

Oral Traditions and Aesthetic Transfer: Creativity and Social Vision in Contemporary Black Poetry. Bayreuth: Bayreuth African Studies, 2001. 149 pp. ISBN 3-927510-69-6. While in the first, the poet maintains a sustained identification with a particular aspect of the tradition, in the other, multiple forms of oral representations are transferred and transformed in postcolonial terms.

5 In Charles Bodunde,Oral Tradition and Aesthetic Transfer, Bayreuth African Studies, 2001, 3. 6 In Charles Bodunde, op-cit, 3-4. 7 G. A. Heron, ‘Introduction’ to Song of Lawino, London: Heinemann,1984, 3. 8 That thesis was completed in a British university in 1964. 9 Okot p’Bitek, quoted in Song of Lawino, op-cit, 4 10The translation of this title is : ‘Are Your Teeth White ?

The African oral tradition distills the essences of human experiences . Black African Literature in English: A Guide to Information Sources.

Ithaca: Cornell University Press. The Social Value of Venda Riddles, African Studies 20: 1–32. Blacking, John, and Kealiinohomoku, Joann W. (ed. The Performing Arts: Music and Dance. The Hague: Mouton Publishers.

The oral tradition in the work of some of the early writers of the 20th . Poetry included works in praise of the Ethiopian emperor.

The oral tradition in the work of some of the early writers of the 20th century-Amos Tutuola of Nigeria, . Fagunwa in Yoruba, Violet Dube in Zulu, . Mqhayi in Xhosa, and Mario António in Portuguese-is readily evident. Guybon Sinxo explored the relationship between oral tradition and writing in his popular Xhosa novels, and . Jordan (in Xhosa), . Matsepe (in Sotho), and . Dhlomo (in Zulu) built on that kind of writing, establishing new relationships not only between oral and written materials but between the written and the written-that is, between.

Ideology and Form in African Poetry: Implications for Communication. Oral Tradition and Aesthetic Transfer: Creativity and Social Vision in Contemporary Black Poetry. Bayreuth: Bayreuth African Studies. Discussion Questions: Discuss the socio-economic issues and their implications as well as the use of oral poetic techniques in the new African poetry? In what ways are contemporary African poets making their writing relevant and interesting?

creativity and social vision in contemporary Black poetry. Bayreuth African studies series ;, 58.

Oral traditions and aesthetic transfer. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Oral traditions and aesthetic transfer from your list? Oral traditions and aesthetic transfer. creativity and social vision in contemporary Black poetry. Published 2001 by Bayreuth University in Bayreuth. African poetry (English), History and criticism, Oral tradition, Oral tradition in literature.