Achebe



Chinua
[chin-wah] /ˈtʃɪn wɑ/ (Show IPA), born 1930, Nigerian novelist.
Contemporary Examples

So in this way, Achebe was with me at the beginning of my writing career.
Our Living Ancestor: Chris Abani Remembers Chinua Achebe Chris Abani March 25, 2013

While Achebe stayed with the BBS, my father left to head up the relief effort.
Our Living Ancestor: Chris Abani Remembers Chinua Achebe Chris Abani March 25, 2013

Like Achebe, Adichie has written consistently of about Nigeria falling apart, a country in decline.
The Hypocrite Killer Jane Ciabattari June 16, 2009

Things Fall Apart stood up and stood strong, as Achebe did throughout his career.
Chinua Achebe Dies: Beyond ‘Things Fall Apart,’ And His Best Books The Daily Beast March 21, 2013

As Ruth Franklin wrote in The New Yorker, Achebe practically invented the Great African Novel.
Chinua Achebe Dies: Beyond ‘Things Fall Apart,’ And His Best Books The Daily Beast March 21, 2013

noun
Chinua. 1930–2013, Nigerian novelist. His works include Things Fall Apart (1958), A Man of the People (1966), and Anthills of the Savannah (1987)

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