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Achebe Discusses Africa 50 Years After 'Things Fall Apart'
Interview with PBS Newshour
An African Voice
Interview with Atlantic Monthly
BBC World Book Club: Chinua Achebe
Chinua Achebe discusses Things Fall Apart
Chinua Achebe: The Art of Fiction
Inteview with Paris Review
Chinua Achebe: A Hero Returns
Documentary by the BBC World Service
The Crisis of Cultural Memory in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart
An essay by F. Abiola Irele in African Studies Quarterly
Invitation to World Literature: Things Fall Apart
Introduction to the novel from a mix of writers, scholars, artists, and performers with personal connections to world literature; includes video, transcript, background information, glossary, views from experts, slideshow, timeline, and much more
Witness History: Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart
From BBC World Service
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