The idea of "Third Generation Nigerian Literature": Conceptualizing historical change and territorial affiliation in the contemporary Nigerian novel
Recent critical discourse on Nigerian fiction employs historicizing techniques that categorize texts according to generations, each of which is presumed to share formal and political qualities and represent a distinct stage in national literary developmen
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