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Conference paperOpoku-Agyemang, Naana; Lovejoy, Paul E.; Trotman, David V. (eds.) (2008)
Africa and trans-Atlantic memories: literary and aesthetic manifestations of diaspora and history
Abstract presentTrenton, NJ: Africa World Press. 477p.

Periodical articleOpoku-Agyemang, Naana J. (2000)
Reading Love Stories by Women from Ghana
African Research and Documentation. #83. p. 49-60.

Book chapterOpoku-Agyemang, Naana J. (1999)
'A Girl Marries a Monkey': The Folktale as an Expression of Value and Change in Society
In: Liddell, Janice L. and Kemp, Yakini B. (eds.). Arms Akimbo: African Women in Contemporary Literature. Gainesville, Florida: University of Florida Press.

Book chapterOpoku-Agyemang, Naana J. (1999)
Narrative Turns in Ama Ata Aidoo's 'No Sweetness Here'
In: Azodo, Ada U. and Wilentz, G. (eds.). Emerging Perspectives on Ama Ata Aidoo. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press.

Periodical articleOpoku-Agyemang, Naana Jane (1999)
See this publicationGender-role perceptions in the Akan folktale
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 30 #1. p. 116-139.

Book chapterOpoku-Agyemang, Naana J. (1997)
A Reading of Ama Ata Aidoo's 'Anowa'
In: Egejuru, Phanuel A. and Katrak, Ketu H. (eds.). Nwanyibu: Womanbeing and African Literature. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press.

Book chapterOpoku-Agyemang, Naana J. (1997)
Recovering Lost Voices: The Short Stories of Mabel Dove-Danquah
In: Newell, Stephanie (ed.). Writing African Women: Gender, Popular Culture and Literature in West Africa. London/Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey: Zed Books. p. 67-80.

Periodical articleOpoku-Agyemang, N.J. (1995)
Lest we forget: a critical survey of Ghanaian women's literature
Asemka. #8. p. 61-84.

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