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  • Collection: Swahili

Utendi wa Mwana Kupona [Mwana Kupona’s Poem] is one of the most popular poems in Swahili literature. It was written around 1858 by Mwana Kupona binti Mshamu (c. 1810-1860) for her daughter, Mwana Hashima binti Sheikh (1841-1933). Didactic in purpose,…

Includes essays on development, progress, work, and freedom, also published under the English title, Man and Development.

Call Number: DT448.2 .N8819

Translation of The Beautiful ones are not yet born, by the Ghanaian author, Ayi Kwei Armah.

Call Number: PR9379.9 .A7 B4319 1997

A collection of praise poems about President Daniel Arap Moi of Kenya.

Call Number: PL8704 .A2 W33

A collection of praise poems of Jomo Kenyatta, first President of Kenya.

Call Number: PL8704.A2 W3

Julius Nyerere's speech on the importance of the socialist scheme he introduced into Tanzania during his presidency.

Call Number: DT448.2 .N94 1967

Julius Nyerere's speech on freedom and progress.

Call Number: DT448.2 .N94 1967

It seems relevant in the context of Swahili language and politics to draw attention to Kamara Kusupa’s recently published prison memoir recounting his experience as political detainee in a Tanzanian prison.

Call Number: DT448.25.K87 A3 2011
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