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  • ID: 1908357
  • October 2009
  • 88 Pages
  • VDM Publishing House

This book tries to investigate the application of major narrative techniques used in Achebe's novels. The main objectives of the book are identifying the narrative techniques used in Achebe’s novels and pointing out the strengths and weaknesses of the novels in relation to the use of narrative techniques. In accomplishing the aforementioned objectives, the writer of this study tries to review relevant literatures in relation to narrative techniques. Then an attempt is made to go through Achebe’s five novels in accordance with the reviewed literatures by focusing on point of view and narrative time.This book tries to give insights about narrative techniques to the students of literature. In addition, the study may also provide some important points, which can serve as a springboard for other in depth analysis on similar literary techniques

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Tesfamaryam, Gebremeskel.
Tesfamaryam Geberemeskel received his first degree from Bahir Dar university in English. Then he got his second degree in literature from Addis Ababa University. Now, he is a lecturer at Bahir Dar University in Ethiopia.

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