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Siege Warfare
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The Debate Begins
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My Original Sin Against Soyinka
Adewale Maja-Pearce responds to recent verbal attacks
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The Awakened African
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Tributes for Chinua Achebe
Writers pay their last respects as the author of Things Fall
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Alex La Guma
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In his debut novel,
Freeborn, Okey Ngene
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discrimination,
inequality and
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In The Master's Voice (Nigeria
and Global News) Dulue
Mbachu examines Nigeria’s
place in global news flow, using
foreign news reporting by two
Lagos newspapers to illustrate
the dependence of local news
media on Western news
organizations for knowledge of
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