Chinua Achebe

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AllAfrica.com
Students Should Be Led to the Libraryliterature was nurtured in Umuahia by devoted teachers and a well-stocked libra
Students Should Be Led to the Library
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 days ago
literature was nurtured in Umuahia by devoted teachers and a well-stocked library." Amadi goes on to give us a glimpse of Chinua Achebe as one "who always carried a novel." Kennedy Buhere's article, "Heed professor's word and encourage students... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Achebe's Things Fall Apart Is Not the Great African Novel - Onyeka Nweluewho declined, as well as J.P Clark. But all these were people she took care of.
Achebe's Things Fall Apart Is Not the Great African Novel - Onyeka Nwelue
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
who declined, as well as J.P Clark. But all these were people she took care of. She took care of J.P Clark during FESTAC; Chinua Achebe lived with my mother and Flora at Oguta. I tried to interview Dr. Ike Achebe in Accra but he kicked me... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Peace Overture in Anambraleaders who are not on the same page with the people. Many years ago, the late
The Peace Overture in Anambra
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
leaders who are not on the same page with the people. Many years ago, the late literary guru and legend, Professor Chinua Achebe identified the problem of this nation as squarely that of bad leadership. There is no gain saying the fact that... Read more
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Quartz
For the first time, a collection of Chinese poems has been translated into Kiswahilihimself as a Chinese poet with an “African complex.” He emulated writers like S
For the first time, a collection of Chinese poems has been translated into Kiswahili
Quartz / Posted 12 days ago
himself as a Chinese poet with an “African complex.” He emulated writers like Senegal’s Leopold Sedar Senghor, Nigeria’s Chinua Achebe, or Kenya’s Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o, cheered for the end of apartheid in South Africa, and cried when Nelson Mandela... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Metaphors of Nileare also available in Ethiopia. The art of conversation is deep in Africa, and
The Metaphors of Nile
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
are also available in Ethiopia. The art of conversation is deep in Africa, and proverbs are memorable. Nigerian author Chinua Achebe in his book Things Fall Apart said it nicely, "Proverbs are palm oil with which words are eaten." Let me bring... Read more
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Quartz
What the US is reading in nervous preparation for the first day of schoolof the Flies, by William Golding The Outsiders, by S. E. Hinton 1984, by Geor
What the US is reading in nervous preparation for the first day of school
Quartz / Posted 13 days ago
of the Flies, by William Golding The Outsiders, by S. E. Hinton 1984, by George Orwell Things Fall Apart, by Chinua Achebe The Catcher in the Rye, by JD Salinger The Giver, by Lois Lowry Animal Farm, by George Orwell And also in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Maj. Gen. (Otunba) T.b. Ogundeko - an Accomplished Patriot, Takes His Final SaluteMaj. Gen. (Otunba) T.B. Ogundeko OFR to the growth and development of the count
Maj. Gen. (Otunba) T.b. Ogundeko - an Accomplished Patriot, Takes His Final Salute
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
Maj. Gen. (Otunba) T.B. Ogundeko OFR to the growth and development of the country". According to the late African writer, Chinua Achebe "There Was A Country" called Nigeria that once produced public officers who not only worked harder but smarter... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
In Nima, politics is the realization of foolishnessin Nigeria but that it had not yet reached alarming proportions.” This caused a
In Nima, politics is the realization of foolishness
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 20 days ago
in Nigeria but that it had not yet reached alarming proportions.” This caused a media uproar in Nigeria and the West. Chinua Achebe wrote that in his essay The Trouble with Nigeria. He stated “Many Presidents, especially Third World... Read more
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iol.co.za
Anger behind ‘Mandela sold us out’ argumentMandela and more about generating their own ideas for the future of this countr
Anger behind ‘Mandela sold us out’ argument
iol.co.za / Posted 30 days ago
Mandela and more about generating their own ideas for the future of this country,” similar advice that Nigerian author Chinua Achebe offered us in his Steve Biko Memorial Lecture in 2002. I expect Mangcu, of all people, not to “get very upset... Read more

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