1 edition of Short stories by 16 Nigerian women found in the catalog.
Short stories by 16 Nigerian women
|Other titles||Short stories by sixteen Nigerian women|
|Statement||edited by Toyin Adewale-Gabriel.|
|LC Classifications||PR9387.8 .S55 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||141 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||2004097107|
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16 Short Stories by Nigerian Women Writers, the third anthology of Nigerian writing to be edited by Toyin Adewale-Gabriel, makes a most important addition to Ishmael Reed Publishing Company's book list. The founder of the association of Women Writers of Nigeria, Toyin Adewale-Gabriel's anthologies have been almost unique in promoting the voices of Nigerian women Author: Toyin Adewale-Gabriel.
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About: Nigerian folk tales are epic stories that can explain the world around us. These stories and myths have been told within generations. One of the most influential collections of Nigerian folklore is the collection Folk Stories from Southern Nigeria, published in African Story Community.
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