I saw the sky catch fire

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Plume, Feb 1, 1993 - Fiction - 324 pages
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The day before Ajuzia leaves for America, his grandmother spins a skein of tales, weaving a colorful, bawdy, powerfully evocative tapestry of Nigerian life.Wonderfully specific in its sense of place and the all-too-human people who inhabit it, I Saw the Sky Catch Fire captures a world of myth, magic, and gods in a novel which is as broad as it is deep.

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I saw the sky catch fire

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On the evening before he is to leave his wife, newborn daugther, and Nigerian village of Uzemba for an American college education, Ajuzia's grandmother tells him the story of how the battle of the ... Read full review

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Nice look into African Culture. I enjoyed the storyteller type dialogue. Read full review

Contents

PART ONE 1 Womens Wars
3
Why Women Co to War
25
Oyoyo Love
43
Copyright

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