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highly regarded African writer in English
Chinua Achebe's novels tell powerfully of the dual ills of European colonialism and West African politics. He has become one of the most highly regarded and extensively studied African writers of the twentieth century.
Analysis of Things Fall Apart -- A look at the novel from a historical and biographical perspective
Themes in Things Fall Apart -- Themes of religion, festivals, sacrifice and justice in Achebe's novel
Culture in Things Fall Apart and Heart of Darkness -- Clashing cultures in these novels
Rabelais and the Grotesque -- A comparison of scholarly evaluations of Rabelais's significance
DISCUSS THE DUALITY OF FEMALE ROLES AS SEEN IN CHINUA ACHEBEâS THINGS FALL APART -- Nevertheless, the main focus of this paper is female roles, which frequently overlooked as secondary, but yet one of the crucial aspects in Things Fall Apart.