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PostSubject: Ancient African Literature   Fri Aug 07, 2009 10:41 pm

I just read this article in TIME Magazine, and it struck me that I never even thought about African literature, much less ancient African literature. I thought maybe someone on here might be interested in the article, so I scanned it and am posting it here.

If history is doomed to repeat itself, bring on the beheadings.
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PostSubject: Re: Ancient African Literature   Mon Aug 10, 2009 12:25 pm

Very interesting article. I was never into Ancient African culture, because (silly me) I always thought it was full of yucky stuff like cannibalism ... and weird customs.
But this inspired me to look more deeply. Thanks, Laura!
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