https://wendybelcher.com/african-literature/african-arts-literature/ http://women.dartmouth.org/s/1353/images/gid294/editor_documents/events/new_york_book_club/chimamanda-ngozi-adichie-the-thing-around-your.pdf?gid=294&pgid=61&sessionid=10854f2d-6684-4bae-ab00-145f0043d63b&cc=1 (Read “Cell One”) https://www.penguinrandomhouse.ca/books/565351/things-fall-apart-by-chinua-achebe/9780385667838/excerpt Pick one and read.

 

https://wendybelcher.com/african-literature/african-arts-literature/

http://women.dartmouth.org/s/1353/images/gid294/editor_documents/events/new_york_book_club/chimamanda-ngozi-adichie-the-thing-around-your.pdf?gid=294&pgid=61&sessionid=10854f2d-6684-4bae-ab00-145f0043d63b&cc=1 (Read “Cell One”)

https://www.penguinrandomhouse.ca/books/565351/things-fall-apart-by-chinua-achebe/9780385667838/excerpt 

Pick one and read.  write a review of what you read. You can put your own spin on it by making your review as creative as possible but it should answer the following questions: what you read(title and author), what it was about, discuss the major characters, and how it made you feel. Also share whether you would recommend the story to someone else(or whether you think it should be added to the course reading list). You can add any other details that you think are important.