n African Renaissance - Overlapping the borderlands : Edward W. Blyden voyage to Egypt and the Levant - 1866

Volume 3, Issue 3
  • ISSN : 1744-2532
  • E-ISSN: 2516-5305


Many historians of Arab-African relations wrote about the Arabs who travelled to Africa like Al-Bakry and Ibn Batuta, and others, during the prosperous years of the Arab Islamic Kingdoms, when there were close relations with many parts of the outside world. Yet little was written about pure African Literature in those times, except that which came from the Islamic African Ulama and became part of the culture of the Arab World itself, in its tongue, and with its own interests about Fiqh and Legislation (Sharia). Such was the literature contributed by Ahmed Baba Al-Tinbukti, and others like him.

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