8 edition of Daughters of Africa found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -1063) and index.
|Statement||edited and with an introduction by Margaret Busby.|
|LC Classifications||PN6068 .D38 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||li, 1089 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||1089|
|LC Control Number||92054116|
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by Opal Palmer Adisa, Margaret Busby. Published by Pantheon Books in New York. Twenty-five years ago, Margaret Busby’s Daughters of Africa was published to international acclaim and hailed as “an extraordinary body of achievement a vital document of lost history” (Sunday Times) and “the ultimate reference guide” (Washington Post).
New. Margaret Yvonne Busby OBE, Hon. FRSL (bornalso titled Nana Akua Ackon) is a Ghanaian-born publisher, editor, writer and broadcaster, resident in the UK. She was Britain's youngest and first black female book publisher when in the s she co-founded with Clive Allison (–) the London-based publishing house Allison and Busby (A & B).
She edited the anthology Daughters of Africa Alma mater: Bedford College, London University.Daughters of Africa was groundbreaking for bringing the tradition of black women writers to the fore.
This new anthology has an increased urgency. We live in an age when old forms of bigotry are being revived. We also live at a time when there are increasing demands on our attention.
New Daughters of Africa begins with some important entries from the 18th and 19th centuries – a reminder that later generations stand tall because of .