Book Mania! Pays Tribute to Chinua Achebe:
Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart is fantastically flocked with the consciousness of the African cultural paradigm, a multitude of evolving characters, and words that sing the mouths of the African post-colonial community.  Indeed, the novel is fresh to represent a flexible African craft of letters and substance of significance even to its peripheries of zeitgeist. The novel derives its simple, yet powerful characteristics from that of the realms of African social and religious connections. Okonkwo’s story defines the prospect of his widely-branched family, and ultimately, the tragic breaking down of his illustrious clan. Overall, this three-part-novel which paves the way to the societal, religious and cultural clash is an example of an insightful breadth and a powerful hand which penned not just for the purpose of showing, but also for the intention of provoking the readers. Read More

Book Mania! Pays Tribute to Chinua Achebe:

Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart is fantastically flocked with the consciousness of the African cultural paradigm, a multitude of evolving characters, and words that sing the mouths of the African post-colonial community.  Indeed, the novel is fresh to represent a flexible African craft of letters and substance of significance even to its peripheries of zeitgeist. The novel derives its simple, yet powerful characteristics from that of the realms of African social and religious connections. Okonkwo’s story defines the prospect of his widely-branched family, and ultimately, the tragic breaking down of his illustrious clan. Overall, this three-part-novel which paves the way to the societal, religious and cultural clash is an example of an insightful breadth and a powerful hand which penned not just for the purpose of showing, but also for the intention of provoking the readers. Read More

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    THIS BOOK IS THE REASON I CRIED SO HARD WHEN ACHEBE DIED
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