Chinua Achebe

Chinua Achebe (; 16 November 1930 – 21 March 2013) was a Nigerian novelist, poet, and critic who is regarded as the dominant figure of modern African literature. His first novel and magnum opus, Things Fall Apart (1958), occupies a pivotal place in African literature and remains the most widely studied, translated, and read African novel. Along with Things Fall Apart, his No Longer at Ease (1960) and Arrow of God (1964) complete the so-called "African Trilogy"; later novels include A Man of the People (1966) and Anthills of the Savannah (1987).

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1 February 1997 English

Okike begun in 1971, just after the Nigerian-Biafran war, as a journal for new and established literary writers and was the longest surviving journal of literature on the African continent. …

Notes Chinua Achebe, "The Novelist as Teacher", New Statesman January 1965, p. 162. Chinua Achebe, "The Nigeria Magazine No. 81, June 1964, p. 159. Chinua Achebe, Anthills ofthe Savannah (Ibadan: Heinemann subsequent page references appear within the text. Chinua Achebe, Things Fall Apart (London: Heinemann, 1981) Literature, (London: Longman, 1975), p.42. Chinua Achebe, Morning Yet on Creation Dqy, (London: Heinemann


1 December 1975 English

Okike begun in 1971, just after the Nigerian-Biafran war, as a journal for new and established literary writers and was the longest surviving journal of literature on the African continent. …

a year Number 9 : December, 1975 Editor Chinua Achebe Assistant Editors C. L. Innes, Joseph Skerrett novelist and literary scholar. February 16, 1976 Chinua Achebe Nkem Nwankwo THE SCAPEGOAT "No, thank you while the fighting was going on. Among these, Chinua Achebe, Cyprian Ekwensi, John Munonye and the late


1 February 2003 English

Okike begun in 1971, just after the Nigerian-Biafran war, as a journal for new and established literary writers and was the longest surviving journal of literature on the African continent. …

Alhaji Abdulaziz C. Ude. Founding Editor Chinua Achebe Editor Onuora Ossie Enekwe Assistant Editor edited by Chinua Achebe and Lyn Innes. Aidoo: And who said that? Was it Lyn lnnes or Chinua Achebe? Enekwe:


1 July 1982 English

Okike begun in 1971, just after the Nigerian-Biafran war, as a journal for new and established literary writers and was the longest surviving journal of literature on the African continent. …

Arthur Nwankwo, Prof. Ulli Beier. Editor Chinua Achebe Assistant Editor Obiora Udechukwu Assistant Ezekiel Mphahlele . 49 Obiora Udechukwu Chinua Achebe Emeka Okeke-Ezigbo 28 Femi Osofisan 38 Azikiwe Library, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Chinua Achebe THE OKIKE STORY When at the end of the Nigerian too that the incident, as recorded for us by Chinua Achebe, is essentially fiction. But one fact at least people. a way of life"' in his works, that Chinua Achebe is as much an cthnic writer as D.A. Fagunwa


1 October 1999 English

Okike begun in 1971, just after the Nigerian-Biafran war, as a journal for new and established literary writers and was the longest surviving journal of literature on the African continent. …

Alhaji Abdulaziz C. Ude. Founding Editor Chinua Achebe Editor Onuora Ossie Enekwe Assistant Editor exile with the same verve and poignancy as Chinua Achebe, Okonkwo's death may perhaps pass for the penalty geniuses and energies of Black Orpheuses. For Chinua Achebe, and his likes: Here is an adequate revolution


1 October 1998 English

Okike begun in 1971, just after the Nigerian-Biafran war, as a journal for new and established literary writers and was the longest surviving journal of literature on the African continent. …

Alhaji Abdulaziz C. Ude. Founding Editor Chinua Achebe Editor Onuora Ossie Ene~we Assistant Editor a paragon of lgbo virtue when the author, Chinua Achebe, has taken pains to cast him as an embodiment


1 June 2000 English

Okike begun in 1971, just after the Nigerian-Biafran war, as a journal for new and established literary writers and was the longest surviving journal of literature on the African continent. …

Alhaji Abdulaziz C. Ude. Founding Editor Chinua Achebe Editor Onuora Ossie Enekwe Assistant Editor Master Craftsman: A Review of Ezenwa Ohaeto's Chinua Achebe: A Biography 108 Cover page Notes on Contributors


1 October 2000 English

Okike begun in 1971, just after the Nigerian-Biafran war, as a journal for new and established literary writers and was the longest surviving journal of literature on the African continent. …

Alhaji Abdulaziz C. Ude. ~ounding Editor Chinua Achebe Editor Onuora Ossie Enekwe Assistant Editor of that dialect are teased continuously. Chinua Achebe, the great novelist and encyclopedist of lgbo discourse. In his novel No Longer at Ease, Chinua Achebe inserted the following authorial gloss on the


1 February 1996 English

Okike begun in 1971, just after the Nigerian-Biafran war, as a journal for new and established literary writers and was the longest surviving journal of literature on the African continent. …

themes that were brought to literary maturity by Chinua Achebe. AS such, there is little imaginative transmutation "Lang~;ge and Actioli in the Novels o f 4 Chinua Achebe". In Eldred Jones, ed. Ajt-ic.urr Literature , . Killaln, G. D. (1979). The Novels of Chinua Achebe. London; Heinelnann. , Kunene, Mazisi (1979)


1 February 1998 English

Okike begun in 1971, just after the Nigerian-Biafran war, as a journal for new and established literary writers and was the longest surviving journal of literature on the African continent. …

Alhaji Abdulaziz C. Ude. Founding Editor Chinua Achebe Editor Onuora Ossie Enekwe Assistant Editor


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