"-----and gave our culture a refining ethical direction that, for better or for worse, the younger ones have since jettisoned" (Femi Osofisan)
I totally disagree. It is either Osofisan does not read the writings of the "younger ones" or reads very little of them. I also totally disagree with Professor Harrow's "In some ways his novels were the most widely taught African novels of all". Harrow's "in some ways" phrase is undefined.
On Thursday, 30 June 2016 11:15:17 UTC+1, Chidi Anthony Opara wrote:
Ace story teller, Elechi Amadi has just joined the ancestors. He will be greatly missed.
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