African Epic Discourse in KatebYacine’sNedjma(1956)

The present paper examines KatebYacine’sNedjma (1956) in relation to its author’s cultural refinement within the theme of revolution where African Epic narrative forms and modernist mode of writing blend. More specifically, it analyses KatebYacine’s novel characters as an interesting paradigm of intersection between experimental textual strategies and oral tradition of the African epic discourse. The Epic features come to sight through the author’s shaping of the main characters as typically revolutionary.

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