Nada Hussein Wanni, “Reading Khartoum in Politique africaine” Volume 100, Issue 4, October 2005, pages 302 to 314

How should one apprehend and interpret the poets and narrators of the history of Khartoum? In the multiplicity of this capital city – an urban sprawl whose divisions arise from both historical and geographic contingencies – we find recurrent tensions over the usage of classical Arabic and its dialects. With the laborious rise of the idea of common citizenship came also the exigency for a specific form of expression, distinct from the Arab world and yet the crucible of a plurality of popular Sudanese cultures.

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