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Review: Changes: A Love Story

User Review  - Analouise Keating - Goodreads

I appreciated the ironic perspective, the characterization, the shifting perspectives. Intriguing title. It's interesting to consider the implications of this title. Read full review

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User Review  - Jolanta - Goodreads

No dogmatism in the way Esi is presented here: A portrait of a young modern woman in the heart of Ghana. Independent, slightly rebellious and passionate about her work who divorces her husband because ... Read full review

Review: Changes: A Love Story

User Review  - Katie - Goodreads

I very much enjoy Aidoo. I love and adore Ghana, and in a way she is a voice for that country to the outside world. She is deeply concerned with women's positions in society and their personal identities as well. Read full review

Review: Changes: A Love Story

User Review  - Natalia - Goodreads

Read for my Postcolonial Lit class. I've liked all the books we've read this semester, but I really enjoyed this one. There is so much going on - the way the author plays with form and genre are ... Read full review

Review: Changes: A Love Story

User Review  - Taffiie Le Reux - Goodreads

I kinda disliked the transition in time throughout the novel but it was a good book in my opinion. People think Esi got what she deserved, to be left alone but I sympathize with her really. What I ... Read full review

Review: Changes: A Love Story

User Review  - Abby - Goodreads

This was a great book and not at all what I expected. I was pleasantly surprised. I would love to see this as required reading. Read full review

Review: Changes: A Love Story

User Review  - Adira - Goodreads

I gave this book a 4.5 stars. I found that this novel was a lesson in love for me. Aidoo presents us with the story of Esi, a Ghanain woman who has been thoroughly educated about the world but, not ... Read full review

Review: Changes: A Love Story

User Review  - Alice - Goodreads

A story about the difficulty of modern love. In some ways it's unique to west Africa; cultural traditions, polygamy, male/female relations. But mostly it's pretty universal; expectations of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Noel - Goodreads

The plight of the African woman is analyzed through the lives of Esi and her friend Opukuyo, two African women in Ghana who handle their respective situations of life, husbands, family and careers ... Read full review

Review: Changes: A Love Story

User Review  - Elisabeth - Goodreads

I just spent a semester in Ghana, where Aidoo is from. I read this book in the summer before I left, and I didn't think it was very good. However, once I arrived in Ghana, and started seeing some ... Read full review


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