Adichie



noun
Chimamanda Ngozi, born 1977, Nigerian novelist; her novels include Purple Hibiscus (2003) and Half of a Yellow Sun (2006), which won the 2007 Orange Prize for Fiction
Contemporary Examples

“ ‘Ghosts’ is in many ways a love letter to my father,” adichie said.
The Hypocrite Killer Jane Ciabattari June 16, 2009

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

When I first met adichie in 2005, she was a Hodder fellow at Princeton, working on Half of a Yellow Sun.
The Hypocrite Killer Jane Ciabattari June 16, 2009

adichie knows how to nail a hypocrite, a bigot, a predatory “Big Man” or academic.
The Hypocrite Killer Jane Ciabattari June 16, 2009

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