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Ikenga Shrines and Iron Horses

A Reader's Guide to Chinua Achebe's THINGS FALL APART

Cathy Kroll, Author

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Introduction: Reading THINGS FALL APART, Reading a World

This is a simple book created in Scalar, an open source web platform for long-form publishing. To navigate through this book, you can either click on individual pages on the left side-bar or follow the path that has been set up below. You can also annotate individual pages.

My goal in creating this project is to provide essential background (interviews, visual images, scholarship on cultural practices) for Chinua Achebe's 1958 novel Things Fall Apart, so that your reading experience is a richer, more informed one. It is my hope that your views on modern world history and the connections between Western and West African cultures will be expanded.
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Sam Harvey

Great Work I'm Also Looking forward to start my new architecture project

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