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In any other area of Africa
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and so I think that's why as for as major African English writers are concerned
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you have only two African English drama writers that are exceptional
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and those are Wole Soyinka and John Pepper Clark.
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Both of Nigeria West Africa.
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Of course there are more African English dramatic writers developing
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and they will continue to develop over time.
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But, for the time being, Wole Soyinka and John Pepper Clark are the most outstanding ones.
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You've been listening to an introduction to African English drama on the literary corner Black Writers of the World.
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A series of analyses and interpretations of Black World literature.
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Technical assistance provided by Bob Cham Umbrookes Robinson
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Readings by Vinired Cornute
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Literary Corner was made posible by founds from WHA Radio
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Maddison Wisconsin, as service of the University of Wisconsin Extension.
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