Tags » Buchi Emecheta

"Cittadina di Seconda Classe" di Buchi Emecheta


La lunghezza, e ancor più la forma, di questo articolo probabilmente allontaneranno il lettore qui di passaggio. In effetti, non credo sia una recensione volta a esporre concisamente il contenuto del libro, aggiungendo una prospettiva critica. 2,818 more words

Book Review: The slave girl

Hello beautiful people, today I’ll be sharing my thoughts on a book from one of my favorite authors- Buchi Emecheta.

Buchi Emecheta was born in 1944 and died January 2017. 778 more words

Interview with Jacqui Grant from The Beat

Thanks to Jacqui Grant from The Beat for interviewing me Sunday 11th March about my Doctoral Research – Hiraeth: Finding a Fictional Home and care experience in fiction. 382 more words


Nigeria 8 

The Rape of Shavi – Buchi Emecheta

I picked this volume up at the #CelebratingBuchiEmecheta event at the Brunei Suite at the school of Oriental & African Studies on 3 February. 75 more words


Nigeria 7 

The Joys of Motherhood – Buchi Emecheta

Absolutely loved this book, I read it in preparation for the #CelebratingBuchiEmecheta event … before I heard about the day if celebration, I shamefully hadn’t heard about this writer. 64 more words


Buchi Emecheta, Artwork in Batik

Buchi Emecheta

her books illuminated in batik by Marina Elphick

Buchi Emecheta was a Nigerian writer who emigrated to the UK in 1960 and whose prolific output would earn her success and reputation during her lifetime. 2,968 more words

Contemporary Batik

Writers Bleed

Vulnerability is a must. Privacy is difficult for a writer. We bleed into paper. Our blood is ink. You may not always connect the dots in books to the writers’ life, but you can draw perceptions, and definitely, chunks of their lives. 282 more words