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11993Harambe Fund Raising, School Journal, New Zealand
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21993Saved By A Leopard, Writer's Forum, A Journal Of The Writers's Association Of Kenya
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31993"Harambee Fund Raising" Published In NewZealand School Journal
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41993"Saved By Leopard" Published In Writers' Forum: A Journal Of The Writers Association Of Kenya
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51993Contrbuted To R.K Narayan: Contemporary Critical Perspectives.Ed. Geoffrey R. Kain, Michigan State University Press. East Lansing. Contribution From PHD Research On Third Worl Literature.
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61992Shocking National Tragedy: Review Of So Many Hungers, Daily Nation, January
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71992"An Anatomy Of Third World Literature: Northrop Frye's Theory Of Modes In A Post-colonial Context To BothJAmes Curry (London) Making Suggested Revion.
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81988Contributor To Boundless Voices, Poems From Kenya, Heinamman
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91988Contributing Poet To Boundless Voices Poems From Kenya Ed. Arthur Luvai. Heinemann
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101985"An Excrept From A Long Poem Titled "TheVillage Bride" Published InMusings A Massey Univeristy Literary Journal.
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111982"Shocking National Tragedy" A Review Of Bhabani Bhattacharva's So Many Hungers! In Daily Nation Jan.1982.
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121979The Horn, Kenyatta Universrity College Newspaper
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131979Exerpts From The Village Bride, Heinnemann
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