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1 Achebe, Chinua [David Carroll] Chinua Achebe
New York, NY St. Martin's Press 1980 0312133863 / 9780312133863 Second Edition (Printed in UK) Hard Cover Fine Fine Signed by Author
This is a Second Edition of the critical study of Chinua Achebe (SIGNED by Achebe) the most widely known African writer. An earlier version of this study first appeared in 1970 - this second edition represents an updating and reflects significant new writings by Achebe since that time. The introduction to this critical study by David Carroll presents the context in which Achebe writes - the traditional ways of his own Igbo society, and the European contact with Africa. It is the complex interaction of these cultures that forms the central theme of most of his writing. 
Price: 185.00 USD
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2 Achebe, Chinua [David Carroll] Chinua Achebe
New York, New York Twayne Publishers, Inc 1970 First Edition/First Printing Hard Cover Fine Near Fine 
Chinua Achebe is one of the most impressive of the African novelists writing at the present time. His novels describe with wit and dignity the traditional way of life of a West African people before the coming of the white man.This study, the first extensive discussion of Achebe's novels, examines the various aspects of this confrontation, and also the techniques by which it is articulated. Europe and Africa meet and interact not only in the drama of events, but also in the manner in which Achebe adapts and modifies the English novel for his own, African purposes. 
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