Equatorial Guinean Literature in a Context of State-Promoted Amnesia

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2012-09-01
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Rizo, Elisa
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The challenge for Equatorial Guinean writers and artists goes far beyond articulating their African-Hispanic identity: their works must also render the implications of a past, a present, and a future defined by local and global intersections.

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This article is from World Literature Today 86 (2012): 32, doi:10.7588/worllitetoda.86.5.0032. Posted with permission.

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