Literary Culture in Colonial Ghana
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Hardcover (252 pages)
Indiana University Press
". . . a book that will break new ground in African cultural studies. . . . [it] will appeal not only to literary scholars but also to social historians and cultural anthropologists." --Karin Barber " . . . conceptually innovative, and promises to be a very important contribution to African and Postcolonial studies as a whole." --Lyn Innes Literary Culture in Colonial Ghana offers a unique perspective on who was reading in English in colonial Ghana, what they were reading, and what values were associated with literacy, reading practices, and reading cultures.