Women's Mystery Writing and Migration in the African Diaspora
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1. Mystery writer and African folklorist Clyde Ford inserts this dense world in one of his novels set in New York City: “… an ancestral spirit living in the subterranean world of the dead, who occasionally surfaced to aid or play tricks on the living” (The Long Mile 220).
2. See Sankofa and Yeelen for instance.
3. See William Wordsworth, The Lyrical Ballads, 2nd edition.
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