Pandemic Literatures and Being Human in Times of Mass Infection and Catastrophe: Some African Perspectives

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2022-03-16

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Manase, I., & Ndlovu, T. (2022). Pandemic Literatures and Being Human in Times of Mass Infection and Catastrophe: Some African Perspectives. Journal of Literary Studies, 38(1), 5 pages. https://doi.org/10.25159/1753-5387/10409