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For Further Study

Clunua Achebe, "The Novelist as Teacher,"_ in Hope and Impediments: Selected Essays, Anchor Books, 1988, pp 4046.

Achebe's own explanation of the social significance of his fiction.

Edna Aizenberg, "The Third World Novel as Counter history Things Fall Apart and Asturias's Men of Maize," in Approaches to Teaching Achebe's "Things Fall Apart," edited by Bernth Lindfors, Modem Language Association of America, 1991, pp 85-90.

An analysis of how Things Fall Apart revises biased colonial histories.

Ernest N Emenyonu, "Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart. A Classic Study 10 Colonial Diplomatic Tactlessness," 10 Chinua Achebe' A Celebration, edited by Kirsten Holst Petersen and Anna Rutherford, Hememann, 1990, pp. 83-88.

An analysis of the political significance of Things Fall Apart as a critique of colonialism.

Abiola Irele, "The Tragic Conflict in the Novels of Chinua Achebe,"' 10 Critical Perspectives on Chinua Achebe, edited by C L. Innes and Bemth Lindfors, Three Continents Press, 1978, pp. 10-21.

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