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Additional Resources for Civil Peace by Chinua Achebe

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Further Reading

Achebe, Chinua, Conversations with Chinua Achebe, edited by Bernth Lindfors, University Press of Mississippi, 1997.

The collected interviews span from 1962 through 1995 and offer a representative sample of Achebe's public views.

—,Home and Exile, Oxford University Press, 2000.

Based on three of Achebe's lectures, this work examines the Nigerian culture and Europe's influence on its development.

—,Trouble With Nigeria, Heinemann, 1984.

Achebe discusses the problems faced by contemporary Nigeria, including tribalism, political corruption, and prejudice.

Lyons, Robert, and Chinua Achebe, Another Africa, Doubleday, 1998.

This work fuses Lyons' photographs with Achebe's poetry and an essay to create a view of present-day Africa and the issues it faces.

Ohaeto, Ezenwa, Chinua Achebe, Indiana University Press,1997.

Written by a former student of Achebe's, this biography pays special attention to Nigerian history and Achebe's support of human rights in the country.

Palmer, Eustace, An Introduction to the African Novel, Heinemann, 1972.

Palmer examines the works...

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