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    Msiska, Mpalive Hangson (2017) Kujoni: South Africa in Malawi’s national imaginary. Journal of Southern African Studies 43 (5), pp. 1011-1029. ISSN 0305-7070.

    Msiska, Mpalive Hangson (2017) Rethinking the future of humanities in Africa and the question of epistemological agency. Journal of Humanities, University of Malawi 25 (1), pp. 5-30. ISSN 1016-0728.

    Book Section

    Msiska, Mpalive Hangson (2020) Wide-angled modernities and alternative metropolitan imaginaries. In: Nasta, S. and Stein, M. (eds.) The Cambridge History of Black and Asian British Writing. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107195448. (In Press)

    Msiska, Mpalive Hangson (2019) Divine ways of cognition: the burden of the poet-seer in Soyinka's Idanre. In: Oni, D. and Adigun, B. (eds.) The Soyinka Impulse. Ibadan, Nigeria: Bookcraft, pp. 238-255. ISBN 9789785602296.


    Msiska, Mpalive Hangson and Whittaker, David (2008) Chinua Achebe's 'Things Fall Apart': a Routledge study guide. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9780415344562.

    Msiska, Mpalive Hangson (2007) Post-colonial identity in Wole Soyinka. Cross/Cultures 93. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi. ISBN 9789004358126.

    Msiska, Mpalive Hangson (1998) Wole Soyinka. Plymouth, UK: Northcote Press. ISBN 9788126913237.

    Msiska, Mpalive Hangson and Hyland, P., eds. (1997) Writing and Africa. London, UK: Longman. ISBN 9780582214187.

    Roscoe, A.A. and Msiska, Mpalive Hangson (1992) The quiet chameleon: modern poetry from central Africa. New Perspectives on African Literature. Oxford, UK: Hans Zell Publishers. ISBN 9780905450520.

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