“Achebe has written a story that sidesteps both ideologies of the African experience and political agendas, in order to lead us to a deeply human universal wisdom.” — Washington Post Book World.
“[Anthills Of The Savannah] has wonderful satiric moments and resounds with big African laughter.” — The New York Review Of Books.
“Achebe moves effortlessly… creating a flurry of perspectives from which his story’s dramatic and disturbing events are scrutinized. Anthills Of The Savannah… will prove hard to forget. It’s a vision of social change that strikes us with the force of prophecy” — USA Today.
About the Author:
Chinua Achebe (1930–2013) was born in Nigeria. Widely considered to be the father of modern African literature, he is best known for his masterful African Trilogy, consisting of Things Fall Apart, Arrow of God, and No Longer at Ease. The trilogy tells the story of a single Nigerian community over three generations from first colonial contact to urban migration and the breakdown of traditional cultures. He is also the author of Anthills of the Savannah, A Man of the People, Girls at War and Other Stories, Home and Exile, Hopes and Impediments, Collected Poems, The Education of a British-Protected Child, Chike and the River, and There Was a Country. He was the David and Marianna Fisher University Professor and Professor of Africana Studies at Brown University and, for more than fifteen years, was the Charles P. Stevenson Jr.
AUTHOR: CHINUA ACHEBE