The missing narrative in Wend Kuuni (time and space)

Chirol, Marie-Magdelein
September 1995
Research in African Literatures;Fall95, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p49
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Analyzes the film `Wend Kuuni' using a spatiotemporal perspective. Discussion of the missing narrative in the film; Implications of the missing narrative; Three types of scenes in Wend Kuuni corresponding to as many `disconnected spaces;' Domestic space; Space of exchanges; Space of the bush; Focus on the character of Wend Kuuni.


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