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Novelist would mortify anti-negritude crus aders

When Things Fall Apart was published in 1958, a British woman, that is what Chinua Achebe called Honor Tracy, wrote a review she called, Three Cheers for Meer Anarchy. The thrust of her story was that educated blacks should not, talk so glibly about ... The Star (Kenya), 5 minutes ago
Achebe's greatest novel, 50 years on Zimbabwe Herald, 3 weeks ago
Novelist Chinua Achebe bared colonialism's impact International Action Center, 1 month ago
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Africa Review

Perspectives on leadership that delivers social and economic change

By Linus Gitahi More by The celebrated African writer and thinker Chinua Achebe in his watershed title, The Trouble With Nigeria , says: The trouble with Nigeria is simply and squarely a failure of leadership. There is nothing basically wrong ...
 Daily Nation2 weeks ago
Outlook India

Chibok: Beyond sovereignty and patriotism

LIKE the Kwale incident which the late literary icon, Chinua Achebe, cited as the turning point in the Nigeria-Biafra war, the Chibok abduction would also mark the greatest undoing of the Boko Haram sect. The quest to rescue the over 200 school ...
 The Guardian Nigeria3 weeks ago Soyinka, Achebe and Modern Nigerian Literature  AllAfrica.com1 month ago Nigeria: Rejected Novel Wins Top Literary Prize, Beats Americanah  African Entertainer1 month ago Writing And Being  Outlook India2 weeks ago

Sh500 Million For The Governor, It's Party Time In Turkana

Nigerian writer Chinua Achebe, in his Biafra War memoir, 'There Was a Country', declares that, "a man who does not know where the rain began to beat him cannot say where he dried his body." In this, he was referring to the partitioning of the ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 month ago
Zimbabwe Herald

Religion and culture in African literature

Chinua Achebe At the Bookstore With Elliot Ziwira RELIGION, according to Emile Durkheim (1988) is a united system of beliefs and practices relative to sacred things, that is to say, things that set apart and forbidden beliefs and practices which ...
 Zimbabwe Herald2 months ago
This Day Online

University of London celebrates Chinua Achebe's book

2014-07-24 19:06 Lagos - The University of London are celebrating 50th anniversary of Professor Chinua Achebe's Arrow of God , read more at CityVoices. The University will hold a conference on October 24 and 25 with the theme Celebrating Chinua ...
 News246 days ago Nigeria: The Obscenity Called Boko Haram  AllAfrica.com1 month ago The Obscenity That Is Boko Haram  Modern Ghana2 months ago The Obscenity Called Boko Haram  This Day Online1 month ago

Community and Consensus: My hope for Anambra state

By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Anambra is a state that has produced great writers. If Chinua Achebe and Flora Nwapa and Chukwuemeka Ike had not written the books they did, when they did, and how they did, I would perhaps not have had the emotional ...
 Nigeria Daily Independent1 week ago Community and Consensus - My Hope for Anambra State  AllAfrica.com1 week ago Community and Consensus My hope for Anambra  The Nation Nigeria4 weeks ago

Fate Of A Misguided Scholar 1

Thus, Chinua Achebe, an antagonistic hero of the so-called Biafran Secession War, reminds the yechy unrecognized self-styled poet and writer, a bastardized ideological scion of The Brethren, writing: The fiction which imaginative literature offers ...
 GhanaWeb1 week ago
CNN

Democracy and the problem with Nigeria

The problem with Nigeria is simply and squarely, followership. This assertion is with due apologies to the great Chinua Achebe of blessed memory. In spite of the fact that the reading culture in Nigeria is very poor and indeed worsening with the ...
 Business Day Nigeria1 month ago Nigeria's problem? 'No leadership'  CNN1 month ago Opinion: Nigeria's problem? A failure of leadership  CNN1 month ago

Maya Angelou: The Poetic Mistiness of Death (2) 1 Francis Kwarteng

'In life as in dance, grace glides on blistered feet (Alice Abrams).' Death, a great mystery. Oh Death, Chinua Achebe's 'Things Fall Apart'! Death, the great mystery. Death, a faceless mask, is An Angel every so often. Other times The Devil. Both ...
 Modern Ghana1 month ago
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