Books Like No Sweetness Here by Ama Ata Aidoo | Suggested Reading

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Things Fall Apart (1958), by Chinua Achebe, is considered the best known and most widely-read African novel.

Our Sister Killjoy: or, Reflections from a Black- Eyed Squint (1966) is Aidoo's first novel.

Changes: A Love Story (1991) is Aidoo's second novel.

No Sweetness Here (1970) is Aidoo's first collection of short stories.

The Palm-Wine Drunkard (1952) by Amos Tutuola is a seminal novel by the African writer who served as an inspiration for many writers who followed him.

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