The feminist champions of Hausa literature have their pens ready, full of fire, energy and imagination, emitting hidden truths through their words, and steadily reinventing the narratives of women in Northern Nigeria.
Who really was Amos Tutuola? An amazing but naïve primitivist? An ethnographic curiosity? A quasi-plagiarist of the fantastical creations of D.O. Fagunwa? The most likely answer: he was all of these but also more.
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