Biafran War & Chimamanda Nagozi Adeche

The Royal African Society

Biafra in Print Author(s): A. H. M. Kirk-Greene and C. C. Wrigley Source: African Affairs, Vol. 69, No. 275 (Apr., 1970), pp. 180-184 Published by: Oxford University Press on behalf of The Royal African Society Stable URL: . Accessed: 01/02/2011 03:31
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Biafra in Print
THE LITERATUREthe Nigerian civil war promises to divide into the same sort on of categorisation as its varied participants. There are ' Federals ' and ' Biafrans '. There are hawks and doves. There are insiders and outsiders, do-gooders and interferers, the knowledgeable, the emotional and the hysterical. The sole incontrovertible fact to emerge from the books...