The Joys of Motherhood
"A rich, multilayered work of fiction, full of drama and written with deceptive simplicity."-EssenceNnu Ego, a hard-working, optimistic Ibo woman, remains fiercely determined to save her children from the devastation of war, the erosion of village life, and the breakdown of tradition.
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Review: Joys of Motherhood, The, Revised Edition (2nd Edition) (AWS African Writers Series)User Review - Nana Fredua-Agyeman - Goodreads
This is the sad story of a woman who wants children and got them but found out that happiness is not in children as his children grew and left home. The following link leads to my review on my blog. http://freduagyeman.blogspot.com/2009... Thanks Read full review
Review: The Joys of MotherhoodUser Review - Maggie - Goodreads
An epic, up close examination of a woman's life. Bring your tissues and tension taming devices! This novel is incredibly successful at bringing out a strong emotion reaction. Emecheta is an ... Read full review