The Love of a Good Woman by Alice Munro

Alice Munro

In this collection of stories, Munro examines several themes: secrets, betrayal, and love, to name some. The women of the stories are at once the stuff of wonders and familiar – just like us. They are beautiful, plain, nurturing, assertive, weak,  nosy, unfeeling, devoted, deranged, delinquent, disturbed, naive, self-righteous, strong, […]

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Longthroat Memoirs by Yemisi Aribisala

yemisi aribisala

Nigerian food belongs to the Nigerian… It is not gastronomically illustrious, not yet given its due…it is also a multifaceted cultural treasure trove full of intriguing stories… Aribisala writes about Nigerian ingredients and soups in the way one would a lover, a person whose tricks, tastes, and curves are as known […]

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5 Ways to Get into Book Reading

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Books are arguably the most pleasurable sources of knowledge. Through them, you experience worlds and cultures different from yours, peek into the minds of criminals, and walk in the shoes of geniuses. You learn how the world’s greatest empires were built, how to roast duck perfectly, and what really happened […]

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ilé Adé

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    Whatever we tell ogbo, ogbo must hear Whatever we tell ogba, ogba must accept O east wind, come quickly, rise with the sun, Carry these words on swift wings to Omo Ade Wherever his head may lay; Let duty come before adventure And let the west wind bring […]

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