The language of David Diop's 'Africa' suggests

The language of David Diop's 'Africa' suggests
  • A. the beauty of the African country side
  • B. that black is beautiful
  • C. that the poet is sad because Africa has been exploited and laid waste for too long
  • D. that the poet remembers the great empire of Africa
  • E. that the poet sees Africa as a colonial power
Correct Answer: Option C
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Francisca27
3 years ago
Taiwo afreeka.this David drop,is it African poems or non-African poems.
Unn babe
5 years ago
yap that true
thomassam
5 years ago
Agreed
ManoB10
5 years ago
Agreed
itodo
2 years ago
go to jamb office and ask
Nwosy
3 years ago
The answer is B

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