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Book Review #21 - Half Of A Yellow Sun

Half of a Yellow Sun, written by Chimamanda Adichie and published in 2006 is a book set in the sixties and tells the story of the Biafran war with the characters being victims of the war. 245 more words

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#ChroniclesOfAWriter - Trust Your Voice

One of our trainees at The Sparkle Writer’s Hub just concluded her one month training program with us.

During my coaching session with her, she told me how she has already created a blog and she has written a story broken down into four series which she plans to put on the blog…eventually. 452 more words

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#myfeminism || Brittle Paper Features Essay Series On Feminism


Brittle Paper will feature an essay series on feminism titled My Feminism. The series was inspired, in part, by Chimamanda Adichie for her public statements which have aroused a wave of interest in the values, practice and politics of feminism. 77 more words

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Purple hibiscus - Chimamanda Adichie Ngozi

In her first novel, Chimamanda Adichie-Ngozi takes us through the life of 15 year old Kambili and her brother Jaja (Chukwuka) in Enugu, Nigeria. Adichie-Ngozi develops Kambili’s character around church, family and school. 329 more words

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We should all be feminists. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

I have always believed in being proud, happy and confident about who you are. No one has said it better than Chimamanda Adichie about feminism- Never be apologetic about your gender. 338 more words

This Is Why People Still Love Hillary Clinton - Chimamanda Adichie

We do not see, often enough, the people who love Hillary Clinton, who support her because of her qualifications rather than because of her unqualified opponent, who empathize with her. 1,031 more words

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Dylan’s Music is Poetry; Poetry is Literature | NA Editorial

Since the Swedish Academy awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature to septuagenarian singer/songwriter Bob Dylan sometime last month, there’s been an outbreak of controversy. To put it succinctly: all hell broke loose. 914 more words

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