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The Wrestling Match Summary
Buchi Emecheta

Everything you need to understand or teach The Wrestling Match by Buchi Emecheta.

  • The Wrestling Match Summary & Study Guide
  • 30 The Wrestling Match Lessons
  • 20 Activities
  • 180 Multiple Choice Questions
  • 60 Short Essay Questions
  • 20 Essay Questions
  • Pre-Made Tests and Quizzes
  • ...and more

The Wrestling Match Summary

Introduction

Buchi Emecheta's The Wrestling Match was first published in 1983 in Great Britain by Oxford University Press, in conjunction with University Press Ltd. of Nigeria. The story is a deceptively simple tale of a boy coming of age in a Nigerian village, but Emecheta uses the tale as a commentary on war, as well as on relationships between generations and the need for everyone to have productive work.

Emecheta retains the strong storytelling tradition of her Nigerian homeland; The Wrestling Match is told in simple yet vivid language, and makes readers feel as if they're in "an open clearing in which children and old people sat, telling stories and singing by the moonlight," as the narrator of the book notes.

Many of Emecheta's works deal with poverty and the oppression of women, both in Nigeria and in England; in this sense, The Wrestling Match is a departure, as it tells...

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The The Wrestling Match Study Pack contains about 45 pages of study material in 3 products, including:

The Wrestling Match Study Guide

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The Wrestling Match Lesson Plans contain 153 pages of teaching material, including:

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