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People from different parts of the world can respond to the same story if it says something to them about their own history and their own experience. Universalism humanity. He has put a knife on the things that held us together and we have fallen apart. Cultural Annihilation Knives. For whom is it well, for whom is it well? There is no one for whom it is well.
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Pessimism Nihilism Black PIll. Books by Chinua Achebe. Dowry Working Class. The writer cannot expect to be excused from the task of re-education and re-generation that must be done. In fact, he should march right in front. Writers Reeducation Marching Social Activism. At the end of the thirty-month war Biafra was a vast smoldering rubble.
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The head count at the end of the war was perhaps three million dead, which was approximately 20 percent of the entire population. Biafra War Smoldering Rubble. A person who has not secured a place on the floor should not begin to look for a mat. Planning preparation.
In such a regime, I say you died a good death if your life had inspired someone to come forward and shoot your murderer in the chest—without asking to be paid. Murder Vigilantism. Igbo sayings and proverbs are far more valuable to me as a human being in understanding the complexity of the world than the doctrinaire, self-righteous strain of the Christian faith I was taught. Igbo sayings Proverbs Christian self-righteous. We do not seek to hurt any man, but if any man seeks to hurt us may he break his neck.
Pacifism Threats. Morning yet on creation day Buy on Amazon. There was a saying in Umuofia that as a man danced so the drums were beaten for him. Umuofia Dancing Drums. Fortunately, among these people a man was judged according to his worth and not according to the worth of his father. Worth Family Inheritance. Age was respected among his people, but achievement was revered. As the elders said, if a child washed his hands he could eat with kings.
Age Respect Achievement Elders. Comfort Inattentive Injustice. Chinua Achebe: Novelist, Poet, Critic.
Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, DOI: Gikandi, Simon. London: James Currey, Gikandi uses a methodology derived from Edward W. Innes, Catherine Lynnette. Chinua Achebe. Highly recommended for undergraduate students in particular.
Killam, G. London: Heinemann, Originally published as The Novels of Chinua Achebe in , this work has been updated to include references to his poetry and short fiction.
Considered among the most authoritative and foundational studies of Achebe, this is a particularly useful introduction for students new to Achebe. Morrison, Jago. The Fiction of Chinua Achebe. A key resource for undergraduate students, which provides an overview of the field of Achebe criticism and scholarship.
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Focusing primarily on his novels, particularly Things Fall Apart , the guide touches on his larger body of work and is especially useful for its discussion of Nigerian scholarship on Achebe. Essential reading for all students and scholars of Achebe, this book provides a much-needed update to criticism of the author and is particularly important for its departure from nationalist narratives in favor of a more nuanced portrait of a conflicted writer and revolutionary.
Wren, Robert M. While now somewhat out of date in the field, this remains an important introduction to Igbo sociopolitical formations for new readers of Achebe. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page. Please subscribe or login. Oxford Bibliographies Online is available by subscription and perpetual access to institutions. For more information or to contact an Oxford Sales Representative click here.
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