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English Department The Liberian Literature Project

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Kona Khasu (c. 1975 and c. 2010)

Starting in the 1960s, Kona Khasu wrote poems, plays, and essays, and the importance of his contribution to Liberian literature has often been noted by specialists (e.g. Ojo-Ade 106 and Brambilla 177). However, many of his works are not widely available (due to the difficulty of finding publishing outlets for Liberian literature in the mid-twentieth century) or may even be lost (due to repercussions of a military coup and two civil wars).

This project aims to locate, collect, and preserve Kona Khasu's works – and here's how you can help.

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List of Donors

  • Nadia Azzam (Dean, International Programs, Wayne County Community College)

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The Liberian Literature Project

Project Editor: Martin Mühlheim

UZH English Department, Plattenstrasse 47, CH-8032 Zürich, Switzerland

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