The African Child - Camara Laye

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mamarita

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I'm sure I've either seen this book or read it, but I dont remember jack about it, so if anyone has a copy!!! Now's the time to start looking for it. I don't mind giving out my AMY TAN:D
 

Gen Sani Abacha

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And don't forget to read the sequel "A Dream of Africa". It starts with his return to Guinea. Sorry I haven't got a copy of it. Heck girl, do public libraries in Toronto have African-Carribean/black sections at all ? Why not try college/university libraries ?

Good luck.
 

mamarita

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Originally posted by Gen Sani Abacha
And don't forget to read the sequel "A Dream of Africa". It starts with his return to Guinea. Sorry I haven't got a copy of it. Heck girl, do public libraries in Toronto have African-Carribean/black sections at all ? Why not try college/university libraries ?

Good luck.
The only thing I do in my school library is waste time b4 my next class, aka put on my laptop and listen to good music while I curse off the rest of the world via WWW.

Ok, fine I'll check the library, but am afraid of books!!!!!

You know whats funny, I had this dream the other day, of myself writing a book about my SCHOOLS in Nigeria and it was SOYINKA quality, the words were nicely arranged, you know the story flowed and then MY BLOODY PHONE RANG!!!!!!!!
 
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Gen Sani Abacha said:
And don't forget to read the sequel "A Dream of Africa". It starts with his return to Guinea. Sorry I haven't got a copy of it. Heck girl, do public libraries in Toronto have African-Carribean/black sections at all ? Why not try college/university libraries ?

Good luck.
I really didn't like "A Dream of Africa" as much as African Child. It got a little too political. But "African Child" (I've seen it titled "The Dark Child") is definitely a must read.
 
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