Presents Mr. Nkosi interviewing poet and educator David Rubardiri of Nyasaland and Kenyan poet Joseph Kariuki. Discusses Rubardiri's personal struggle as a creative writer in an emerging nation and the general state of contemporary African literature. Describes native oral tradition involved in African writing, discusses possible future forms, and examines how African literature is taught in the schools.
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