In (no more than) 3-5 pages (excluding cover page and bibliography) write an essay on the following question:
“Until the lion gets his own storyteller, the story of the hunt will always glorify the hunter”. Critically assess this Ewe Mina proverb in light of how Africa and African identities are often categorized and described in an inferior/negative manner.
Please provide clear arguments and evidence to justify your position.
You must use academic references.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS ASSIGNMENT AUTOMATICALLY DISAPPEARS FROM THE PORTAL ONCE THE SUBMISSION DATE AND TIME HAVE PASSED.
1. Each assignment must be uploaded as an attachment (doc, docx or PDF) in order to be checked for plagiarism. Failure to do so will result in points being deducted.
2. Each paper must be typed and submitted in a double-spaced, 12 font, Times New Roman formatted Word document. Pages are to be numbered. No paper will be accepted in other forms.
3. The essay must contain in text citations. Any paper that has a works cited page but no in text citation will be considered a plagiarized paper.
4. No paper will be accepted without a cover page- Course, Name, Professor’s name, question you are answering.