Fantasy and Reality in African Novels: A Study of Sello Duiker’s The Hidden Star

By importing fantasy into the normal realm inhabited by real people, Duiker has been able to merge the two realms making them complement to each other rather than opposition as we always perceive them to be. For example, the magical…

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