Nigerian Writer Chimamanda Adichie Wins American Prize

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Renowned Nigeria Novel writer Chimamanda Adichie, has been awarded the 2013 Chicago Tribune Heartland Prize for fiction. This is the third novel that Nigerian writer will published which title ”AMERICANAH”.

chimamanda_adichie_987864According to Elizabeth Taylor, the literary editor of the Chicago Tribune, the prize is awarded yearly in two categories, fiction and non-fiction, to books that are concerned with American issues, causes and concerns.

“We loved AMERICANAH. It’s a powerful, resonant novel and we would be delighted to celebrate it and try to share it with a wider audience,” Taylor wrote.

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