Chinua Achebe , Chinua Achebe’s 87th Birthday Google Doodle
Today The Search Engine Google is celebrating this Doodle in Nigeria and U.S for the Chinua Achebe’s 87th Birthday.The Nigerian author is one of the world’s most important modern writers and novelist, poet, professor, and critic and most widely read book in modern African literature.He won the Man Booker International Prize in 2007.
Chinua Achebe born Albert Chinụalụmọgụ Achebe 16 November 1930 Ogidi, Nigeria Protectorat; 16 November 1930 and died 21 March 2013 (aged 82) Boston, Massachusetts, United States) Chinua Achebe was a Nigerian novelist, poet, professor, and critic.His first novel Things Fall Apart (1958), often considered his best, is the most widely read book in modern African literature.He won the Man Booker International Prize in 2007.
After graduation, he worked at the Nigerian Broadcasting Center (NBS) and immediately moved to the big city of Lagos. In the late 1950s he gathered the world’s attention of the novel “Things Fall Apart”. His late novels no longer include easily (1960), Arrow of the New (1964), Men’s Man (1966), Savanna’s Ann Hills (1987).
Achebe wrote his novel in English and defended the use of English in African literature. In 1975, his lecture “The African Image: Conrad’s ‘Racism in the Heart in the Dark’ expressed the famous criticism of Joseph Conrad as” a thorough racist. ” It was then published in several controversies in the Massachusetts State Review.
A poet and novelist, Chinua Abebe was one of the most important African writers. He was also thought to be one of the most original writers writers written in English throughout the life by many people. His novel “Apart from things” (1958).
Many people regarded as fathers of contemporary African literature received the Man Booker Award in 2007. Surrounded by the symbolic image of his most famous literary work, the current Doodle celebrated his 87th birthday.