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Framing Africa

“Mine protests turn deadly in South Africa… Nigerian army denies killing civilians… Deaths reported as shells hit near Sudan town… Dozens injured in Tunisian clashes…” – Al Jazeera, October 12, 2012 “William Beckford, Byron, Goethe, and Hugo restructured the Orient by their art and made its colors, lights, and people visible through their images, rhythms, and motifs. At most, the ...

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