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Prophet of the African soul: sometimes we wait too long to say thanks to people who have profoundly impacted and shaped us. Having just read Chinua Achebe's latest book of essays, now is a good tine to celebrate this literary giant who single-handedly gave many of us a 'useful African past'. Wambu, Onyekachi Jun 1, 2012 665
Textual transgressions and consuming the self in the fiction of Helen Oyeyemi and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Satkunananthan, Anita Harris Critical essay Nov 1, 2011 13590
Adichie's Purple Hibiscus and issues of ideology in the constitution of the Nigerian novel. Udumukwu, Onyemaechi Critical essay Sep 22, 2011 10289
Caine Prize for African Writing is won by Nigerian author E. C. Osondu for Waiting. Brief article Jul 7, 2009 221
Chimamanda Adichie awarded MacArthur fellowship. Brammeier, Lauren Brief article Nov 1, 2008 141
Fact as fiction in Debo Kotun's Abiku. Coker, Oluwole Critical essay Dec 1, 2006 2295
Wole Soyinka: running to stand still. Gilson, Dave Interview Jul 1, 2006 1163
Nigerian Nobel Prize winner arrested during protest. Brief Article May 18, 2004 97
The perils of activism: Ken Saro-Wiwa. Daniels, Anthony Jan 1, 2000 3531
Ekwensi, Cyprian. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 113
Equiano, Olaudah. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 151
Soyinka, Wole. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 270
Tutuola, Amos. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 147
Nwapa, Flora. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 107
Okara, Gabriel (Imomotimi Gbaingbain). Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 118
Achebe, Chinua. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 228

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