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Banham, Martin, Gibbs, James, and Osofisan, Femi (eds), African theatre in Development. Oxford: James Currey, 1999, 182 pp., 35.00 [pounds sterling], ISBN 0 85255 954 61 (hard covers), 11.95 [pounds sterling], ISBN 0 85255 599 7 (paperback).

Bautz, Karin, and Blesse, Giselher, Die Vergessene Expedition. Auf den Spuren der Leipziger Mocambique-Expedition Spannaus/Stulpner (1931). Leipzig: Museum fur Volkerkunde, 2000, 182 pp., ISBN 3 910031 24 2.

Bernath, Abdul Samed, The Mazruiana Collection: a comprehensive annotated bibliography of the published works of Ali A. Mazrui, 1962-97. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1998, 311 pp., ISBN 81 207 2119 5.

Beza, Jabulani. Rhodesia: a lesson in African self-reliance. Lanham MD: University of America Press, 2000, 169 pp., US$26.50, 0 7618 1796 4.

DeLancey, Mark W., and DeLancey, Mark D., Historical Dictionary of the Republic of Cameroon, third edition. African Historical Dictionaries 81. Lanham MD: Scarecrow Press, 2000, 358 pp., $75.00, ISBN 0 8108 3775 7.

Glage, Liselotte (ed.), Being/s in transit: travelling, migration, dislocation. Cross Cultures 41. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2000, 212 pp., 36.00 [pounds sterling], ISBN 90 420 0649 8 (hard covers), 12.00 [pounds sterling], ISBN 90 420 0639 0 (paperback).

Gover, Daniel, Coneth-Morgan, John, and Bryce, Jane (eds), The Post-colonial Condition of African Literature. ALA No. 6. Trenton NJ: Africa World Press, 2000, 141 pp., ISBN 0 86543 770 X (hard covers), US$19.95, 0 86543 771 8 (paperback).

Haile, Reesom, We have our Voice. Lawrenceville NJ: Red Sea Press, 2000, 128 pp., 9.99 [pounds sterling], ISBN 0 56902 133 3.

Johnson, Phyllis, Eye of the Fire: a biography of Chief Emeka Anyaoku, Commonwealth Secretary General. Trenton NJ: Africa World Press, 2000, 304 pp., 16.99 [pounds sterling], 0 86543 804 8 (paperback).

Jones, Eldred, and Jones, Marjorie, Exile and African Literature. …

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