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Reading Buchi Emecheta's, The Slave Girl - Jan, 2017

In her works, Buchi Emecheta is a writer that is able to capture with warmth and emotions, the atmosphere of an era. The Slave Girl, is no exception. 486 more words

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12 Books of Christmas: Adventure, Mystery, and Romance

A Dialogue on Art, in One Act; Prepared by the Author for the Elucidation and Delight of Sundry Audience as should perchance click upon a Link to this Humble Site. 1,551 more words


African Classic: The New Tribe by Buchi Emecheta

Reverend Arlington and his wife Ginny are not able to have their own children and when a baby girl is abandoned at birth and brought to their doorstep, they are happy to adopt her. 834 more words


How can I not be feminist?

I haven’t talked about feminism in a while around here, I have actually missed weighing in on issues with a feminist slant. Let me share a funny story- I shared these pictures with the caption #idon’tknowwhattosay on Facebook. 577 more words


5 Books By Nigerian Authors Which You Should Read.

I am currently reading three books at the same time. I have a system where I read a couple of chapters of each book before moving to the next one. 563 more words


My 2016 must read booklist

Hello beautiful people, how are y’all doing this lovely Friday? TGIF. I love Fridays, it’s like a magical day heralding the presence of the weekend. 610 more words

Five Things to Learn From Author Elechi Amadi's Life as Nigerians Mourn Him

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It’s probably more than twenty years since I read The Concubine but the memorable characters (Ihuoma, Ekwueme, Emenike, Wodu Wakiri, Agwoturumbe etc.) Elechi Amadi created in his first novel remain vivid in my memory. 1,254 more words