Aminata Sow Fall, one of the earliest women writers from Senegal, has been acknowledged as an analyst of contemporary social mores, exposing aspects of moderm African society where social, political and economic changes have resulted in the debasement of public and private customs and behavior. There has been a curious silence, however, from feminist critics, who have largely side-stepped her work, which now numbers four novels: Le Revenant (1976), La Greve des Battu (The Beggars' Strike) (1979), L'Appel des Arenes (1982) and L'Ex-Pere de la Nation (1987).
"Aminata Sow Fall's "Demon" Women: An Anti-Feminist Social Vision,"
Contributions in Black Studies:
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