In 1958, Nigerian writer, Chinua Achebe, published his first book “Things Fall Apart”. It was set in pre-colonial rural Nigeria and examines how the arrival of foreigners – imposing their own traditions – led to tensions within the Igbo society. The book revolutionized African culture, and began a whole new genre of world literature. BBC’s Witness hears from Achebe’s youngest daughter, Nwando Achebe.
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