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Chinweizu & Ojaide are over-celebrated – Scholar [Nigeria]:
Excited: that’s the way you feel when an Osundare refers to you as the new Bernth Lindfors of African literature. Amanze Akpuda has slogged out his guts in literary criticism to earn such a rare endorsement from the acclaimed bard. Often when others hardly say that everything in the garden is not rosy for contemporary Nigerian literature, Akpuda, through his compulsively reading essays and spellbinding lectures, whether at the ALA Conference in Accra, or ANA Convention in Yenagoa, holds forth for his contemporaries. [...]
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