Door of Return Volume Resources

In Library by Ola Idris

Article: Why We Create Myths 


Jones, M. Jaja. “Myths In African Concept Of Reality”. International Journal Of Educational Administration And Policy Studies, vol 6, no. 2, 2014, pp. 9-14. Retrieved from:

Article: Transporting Mythology


Otero, Solimar. “Investigating Possession Pasts: Memory And Afro-Caribbean Religion And Folklore”. Western Folklore, vol 66, no. 1/2, 2007. Retrieved from:

Ron Cherry, From Africa to Reggae: The Anansi Connection, American Entomologist, Volume 56, Issue 2, Summer 2010, Pages 70–72. Retrieved from:

Slana, Virginia, “Trickster-hero and rite of passage: effects of traditionally west African folklore forms on postcolonial Afro-Caribbean literature” (2014). College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences Theses and Dissertations. 171. Retrieved from:


Tales from the Caribbean By Trish Cooke
Postcolonialism & Autobiography by Michelle Cliff, David Dabydeen and Opal Palmer Adisa