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Chimamanda Common Wealth Speech “Reading Realist Literature is to Search for Humanity"

Speaking  at the Commonwealth Lecture in London, Ms Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie spoke about the importance of realist literature, insisting that “the role of literature is to instruct and delight” and that realist literature becomes a “search for humanity.” “The world of realist literature is not the same as the real world, but it is close enough, aligned enough, to the ...

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'Voice of Somali Women's Movement' to be Launched in London

‘Voice of Somali Women’s Movement’ to be Launched in London

The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom’s Voices of African women Campaign hosts the official launch of the ‘Voice of Somali Women’s Movement’ at SOAS University. You are invited to participate in the launch of the Voice of Somali Women’s Movement. An opportunity to hear from and strengthen relations with grassroots Somali women. 2pm- 5pm, Friday 30th March 2012. Khalili Lecture Theartre, School ...

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D’Banj’s Official Oliver Twist Video Without Don Jazzy

The much awaited official video for Nigerian afro-beat superstar D’Banj’s viral song, “Oliver Twist” is finally here. The video features cameo appearances of G.O.O.D music’s owner Kanye West and his crew (including Mannie Fresh, Big Sean, Will I am, Keisha Buchanan, etc.). However, Don Jazzy, is not in this video and it is the first time you see a dbanj video ...

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