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- Things fall apart (part seven and eight)
- Educação Superior::Linguística, Letras e Artes::Letras
- The dramatization of the epic contribution of professor Chinua Achebe's book, "things fall apart". The book, transcribed to more than 300 languages worldwide is renowned for its contribution towards the development of african history as till date, it remains a point of reference far beyond post secondary education in Africa and beyond. It is thought that the account, as portrayed in the book, depicts customs and tradition of the Igbo tribe of Nigeria, and drawn from events as they happened in Ogidi, the Home town of much admired Chinualumogu Achebe
- Department of english at the university of Nouakchott
- Educação Superior::Lingüística, Letras e Artes::Letras::Línguas Estrangeiras Modernas
- Things fall apart
- Chinua Achebe
- To get to know african literature and culture
- Running time 00:10:40; Participants: Adam Jenkins; Tommy Linville; Steven Vagias; Alan Tran; John Cockston; Erick Benitez
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