Flora Nwapa
Women Are Different
January 24, 2019 Comments.. 363
Women Are Different Flora Nwapa A story about the trials and tribulations of Nigerian women from their early childhood through their adult lives. Women Are Different A story about the trials and tribulations of Nigerian women from their early childhood through their adult lives
  • Title: Women Are Different
  • Author: Flora Nwapa
  • ISBN: 9780865433267
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Paul says:

      This is the second novel I have read by Flora Nwapa she has a particular writing style, making her point by telling a story This novel is about a group of Nigerian women who go to secondary school together from 1945 Dora, Agnes, Rose and to a lesser extent Comfort They are pretty much contemporary with Nwapa and in telling their stories she also tells the story of Nigerian women through the end of the colonial period, to independence in 1960, civil war in 1967 1970 and into the 1970s.This is the [...]

    2. Darkowaa says:

      africanbookaddict.wordpress Why did it take me roughly two weeks to finish this book that was only 138 pages This book was quite painful to read the details in the storyline were superfluous, Nwapa s writing style wasn t great and there were too many characters to keep track of in the book Further, there were spelling and grammatical errors in my copy of the book I have the African Women Writer Series First Africa World Press, edition 1992 I love that Flora Nwapa sought out to enlighten readers [...]

    3. Imade (Bridge Four) says:

      I know this isn t supposed to be a serious, complex novel I didn t take it as such I appreciate the simple style and I like the fact that these women are full people in themselves, not just archetypes or hollow characters representing a symbol pushing an agenda But I dislike the fact that their lives are defined by men and throughout the book, it s hard to find a conversation between any 2 women that doesn t have to do with a guy or a problem that isn t solved by getting a man albeit temporarily [...]

    4. Bedes Junior says:

      i want to read it before giving my point of view

    5. Mary says:

      Please visit maryokekereviews to read my review on this book.Thanks.

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