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African literature refers to literature of and from Africa. While the European perception of literature generally refers to written letters, the African concept includes oral literature. Traditionally, Africans do not radically separate art from teaching. Rather than write or sing for beauty in itself, African writers, taking their cue from oral literature, use beauty to help communicate important truths and information to society. Indeed, an object is considered beautiful because of the truths it reveals and the communities it helps to build.

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Tatsie, : The Thick-skinned Bushman

By: Jaco de Beer

Find out what happened when the other Bushmen tried to kill him and how they finally managed to get rid of him.

Certain times of the year the “Watersnake” would move far away and the land of the Bushmen would get very dry. During those times the children have to walk long distances to fetch water for the household. The bigger and stronger of the children could carry a whole springbok stomach full of water but the younger ones only two ostrich eggs filled with water. Tatsie was too lazy to go and fetch water, for himself. He would wait for the children to come back and take one of ...

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Diksonyer Kreol Morisyen (Mobile)

By: Ahuv de Chazal

A small dictionary in alphabetical order with words of Mauritian Creole translated into English. Included example sentences. Formatted to be viewed on mobiles

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