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Asafa Dibaba and his analysis of Jaarsoo Waaqoo’s National Oromo Poetry [Ethiopia, etc.]:
In an earlier article entitled ‘Sociology of Oromo Literature and Asafa Dibaba, leading Oromo Intellectual’, we presented analytically the methodological tools the Oromo scholar used in his research focused on Jaarsoo Waaqoo’s poetry. We noticed a massive interest in the article, and due to the importance of the subject, we re-publish here another part of Mr. Dibaba’s book “Theorizing the present” that evolved out of the author’s MA thesis entitled "Towards a political sociology of Oromo Literature: Jaarsoo Waaqoo’s Poetry". [...]
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