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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories

Photographer Sunday Alamba, feminism, Kano

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Categories: Books and literature; Location: Kano, NIGERIA
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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories
In this photo taken Wednesday April, 6. 2016 , Muslim girls rehearse a Quran in a school in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories
In this photo taken Sunday April, 3. 2016, Suleiman Maharazu, centre, the owner of Maharazu Bookshop, sells books to young girls in his shop in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. dozens of young women are rebelling through romance novels, many hand-written in the Hausa language, and the romances now run into thousands of titles. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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In this photo taken Tuesday April, 5. 2016, Khadija Gudaji, a Physics student of Northwest University listen to daily radio talk show on her mobile phone in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. dozens of young women are rebelling through romance novels, many hand-written in the Hausa language, and the romances now run into thousands of titles. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories
In this photo taken Monday April, 4. 2016 a teenage girl waits to buy new published books at Kurmi Market in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. dozens of young women are rebelling through romance novels, many hand-written in the Hausa language, and the romances now run into thousands of titles. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories
In this photo taken Tuesday April, 5. 2016 author Hadiza Nuhu Gudaji, composes a novel while resting on her bed with an exercise book and a ballpoint pen in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories
In this photo taken Tuesday April, 5. 2016, author Hadiza Nuhu Gudaji, waves a hand with a flower painted violet-colored henna into her palm during an interview in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories
In this photo taken Tuesday April, 5. 2016 author Hadiza Nuhu Gudaji, reads through one of her novels in her bedroom in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. dozens of young women are rebelling through romance novels, many hand-written in the Hausa language, and the romances now run into thousands of titles. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories
In this photo taken Sunday April, 3. 2016, young men bind newly printed books in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. dozens of young women are rebelling through romance novels, many hand-written in the Hausa language, and the romances now run into thousands of titles. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories
In this photo taken Tuesday April, 5. 2016 author Hadiza Nuhu Gudaji, is reflected in a mirror as she reads through one of her novels in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories
In this photo taken Sunday April, 3. 2016, young men sort out newly printed books in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. dozens of young women are rebelling through romance novels, many hand-written in the Hausa language, and the romances now run into thousands of titles. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories
In this photo taken Tuesday April, 5. 2016 author Hadiza Nuhu Gudaji, left, during a radio talk show on her novels in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. dozens of young women are rebelling through romance novels, many hand-written in the Hausa language, and the romances now run into thousands of titles. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories
In this photo taken Sunday April, 3. 2016 Ado Ahmed Gidan Dabino, a novelist, essayist, actor and head of the Kano branch of Nigeria writers Association during an interview in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories
In this photo taken Monday April, 4. 2016, a Book hawker, Adamu Saidu, displays books he purchased at Kurmi Market to be sold in villages inaccessible by car in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. dozens of young women are rebelling through romance novels, many hand-written in the Hausa language, and the romances now run into thousands of titles. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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Nigeria Subversive Love Stories
In this photo taken Wednesday April, 6. 2016, Muslims students rehearse a Quran in a school in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. dozens of young women are rebelling through romance novels, many hand-written in the Hausa language, and the romances now run into thousands of titles. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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In this photo taken Tuesday April, 5. 2016, author Hadiza Nuhu Gudaji, scrolls through one of her novels on a tablet in her bedroom in Kano, Nigeria. In the local market stalls are signs of a feminist revolution with piles of poorly printed books by women, as part of a flourishing literary movement centered in the ancient city of Kano, that advocate against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorces. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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