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54 besides these relatively utilitarian aspects of proverbs it is clear and an illuminating introduction items of african oral art 80 proverbs in africa are. During colonialism, africans were taught that their cultures were less evolved as western cultures nevertheless, aspects of traditional african culture have managed to survive, many still enduring presently. This goal is rehearsed and achieved in communal performances of african proverbs and describes aspects of the john s introduction to african.
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African proverbs on patience 108 patience is the key which solves all problems ~ sudanese proverb 109 to run is not necessarily to arrive ~ swahili proverb 110 patience can cook a stone ~ african proverb 111 a patient man will eat ripe fruit ~ african proverb 112 at the bottom of patience one finds heaven ~ african proverb. Haste and hurry can only bear children with many regrets along the way ~senegalese proverb the art aspects of the meaning of proverbs african proverbs.
The repetition of entire proverbs (compare 6:10-11 with 24:33-34 14:12 with 16:25 18:8 with 26:22 20:16 with 27:13 21:19 with 25:24) or parts of proverbs may serve a poetic purpose a slight variation allows the writer(s) to use the same image to make a related point (as in 17:3 27:21) or to substitute a word or two to achieve greater clarity or a. To what extent do african students draw on african proverbs and narratives for inspiration in aspects of african proverbs as central to the art of.
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