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Women characters in the novels of Ken Walibora: Victims or winners?
(Journal of African Women’s Studies Center, University of Nairobi, 2015-12)
Ken Walibora, one of the most known and promising authors in the new generation of Swahili writers in Kenya, may well be considered as a male-centric writer, since his novels published from 1996 to 2012 feature men as their ...
Prison, poetry, and polyphony in Abdilatif Abdallah Santi ya Dhiki
(Indiana University Press, 2009)
This article is a study of the prison poetry of Abdilatif Abdalla, one of the most talented twentieth-century Swahili poets. Abdalla penned his col lection of poems Sauti ya Dhiki while serving a prison term for sedition ...
The afterlife of Oyono’s houseboy in the Swahili schools market: to be or not to be faithful to the original
(Modern Language Association, 2013-01)
The Afterlife of Oyono's "Houseboy" in the Swahili Schools Market: To Be or Not to Be Faithful to the Original Author(s): KEN WALIBORA WALIAULA Source: PMLA, Vol. 128, No. 1 (January 2013), pp. 178-184 Published by: ...
The Asian ‘other’
"Negotiating local knowledge II: Kiswahili and attitudes toward disability"
(Disability Studies Quarterly, 2009)
(arget Publications, 2012)
Toleo la Shule "Kila kazi kuu ya fasihi huwa imejengwa katika misingi ya sitiari ya safari; na katika riwaya hii ya mawanda ya kiepiki, Ken Walibora katupatia mojawapo ya kazi hizo kuu za fasihi. Kidagaa Kimemwozea imejaa ...
Narrating Prison Experience: Human rights, self, society, and political incarceration in Africa
(Common Ground Publishing, 2013-09-01)
Namwomboleza Profesa Ken Walibora: Jagina wa Fasihi ya Kiswahili
(Kibabii University, 2020-04-16)