Intertextuality in Ba's So Long a Letter and Umunnakwe's Dear Ramatoulaye

  • I A Emenyi

Abstract



Intertextuality takes for granted the interdependence of literary texts because every artistic creation is a re-echoing of past knowledge. Mariama Ba's So Long A Letter and Ndubisi Umunnakwe's Dear Ramatoulaye are African examples. This work examines how Ba's So Long A Letter intertextualises with Umunnakwe's Dear Ramatoulaye by exploring the ideological positions of both writers as well as their legacies to African Literary scholarship

Humanities Review Journal Vol. 5 2005: pp. 62-68
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