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Unformatted text preview: (h) The giant three grows from a grain. (i) It is the hunter who always beats the lions because it is the hunter who always tells the stories. (j) The future emerges from the past. Question #2: Discuss the significance the epic of Sundiata in responding to the Mande people’s postcolonial condition by focusing on the question of identity and education as presented in the Film Keita: the Heritage of a Griot . . (10points) Question #3: Analyze the symbolic meaning of animals in African folktale “hyena and the calf” from your reading package [ Thurs, Feb 10: Read : Bukenya and als. Unit 9 p.81-82.] ( 10points ) Question #4: Compare and Contrast the Hausa Cinderella and the Cinderella version you are familiar with (characters, themes and plots). ( 5points )...
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2011 for the course AFRICANA S 312 taught by Professor Ousseinaalidou during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.
- Spring '11