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An Image of Africa
Language: en
Pages: 87
Authors: Chinua Achebe
Categories: Africa
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010 - Publisher: Penguin UK

Asserts the author's belief in Joseph Conrad as a 'bloody racist' and his conviction that Conrad's novel "Heart of Darkness" only serves to perpetuate damaging stereotypes of black people. This title includes "The Trouble with Nigeria", the author's searing outpouring of his frustrations with his country.
An Image of Africa
Language: en
Pages: 88
Authors: Clare Clarke, Lindsay Scorgie-Porter
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-07-05 - Publisher: CRC Press

Few works of scholarship have so comprehensively recast an existing debate as Chinua Achebe’s essay on Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness. Achebe – a highly distinguished Nigerian novelist and university teacher – looked with fresh eyes at a novel that was set in Africa, but in which Africans appear only
The Image of Africa
Language: en
Pages: 526
Authors: Philip D. Curtin
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 1973 - Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press

In this encyclopedic work of intellectual history, Philip D. Curtain sought to discover the British image of Africa for the years 1780–1850.
An Image of Africa
Language: en
Pages: 88
Authors: Clare Clarke, Lindsay Scorgie-Porter
Categories: Racism in literature
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-07-15 - Publisher: Macat Library

Few works of scholarship have so comprehensively recast an existing debate as Chinua Achebe's essay on Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness. Achebe - a highly distinguished Nigerian novelist and university teacher - looked with fresh eyes at a novel that was set in Africa, but in which Africans appear only
An Analysis of Chinua Achebe's An Image of Africa
Language: en
Pages: 88
Authors: Clare Clarke
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-07-05 - Publisher: Macat Library

Few works of scholarship have so comprehensively recast an existing debate as Chinua Achebe’s essay on Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness. Achebe – a highly distinguished Nigerian novelist and university teacher – looked with fresh eyes at a novel that was set in Africa, but in which Africans appear only