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    Meiya Bledsoe Prof. Akudinobi Black 033 4 December 2017 African Literature remains a layered abstraction. The author’s choice of titles in particular serve as a moral lesson for consumers of the oralized or printed texts. The fallible factor of humans is the need to define self and classify others as though there is a clear cut definition. The fault is the hubris of perception in viewing things as right or wrong. A closed mind loses all opportunities. For progress, one has to be open to learning

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