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Americanah ; Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Americanah ; Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

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  • What buyers say about Americanah ; Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

    I read this book for the first time and found myself struggling to stay engaged, but I kept going for the sake of the book club discussion. Otherwise, I really struggled to stay engaged but kept going for the sake of book club discussion).

    The book is easy to read and has an enduring love story, richly developed characters, and stories about hair used as a seaming device.

    The presence of texts from the blog tends to oversaturate the reader's attention, and after a while the interest in the blog's several intelligent suggestions about the racial problem along the other triangulation, in this case between African Americans, black Americans and whites, leaves room to eagerness

    I really liked that we got the story of young Ifemelu and Obinze in love and how they were separated, as well as how I had to center my own American narrative to empathesize with what the characters were going through.

    I think the point is that to Ifemelu herself, and to the writer through her, they seem to be unpossessing, and even wimpish, their relevance in the story and the official declarations in their favor notwithstanding.

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