|Title||Half of a Yellow Sun|
|Author||Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie|
|Call Number||PR9387.9 .A34354 H35 2007|
|Location||2nd Floor Humanities|
|Book Review||Adichie draws the reader into the Nigeria of the 1960s, with four sections of the book alternating between the early '60s and the late '60s, bracketing the attempt of the Igbo to form an independent Biafra. I loved this book on several levels: one was just the masterful storytelling, as Adichie draws you in through a focus on five people whose struggles are a microcosm for the larger cultural events. Another reason to love this book is the perspective on a part of history I previously had no access to.|
I loved Adichie's Americanah, and Half of a Yellow Sun lived up to that standard.
|Submitted By||Samantha Dressel|
|Department or Major||English|
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