Hello Blessing…thank you very much for this beautiful abridged summary. I read this book as a teenager and this just brought back memories of my love for African literature.
Can you also do an abridged summary for Elechi Amadi’s the concubine?
Thank you for the suggestion. Will see if I can.
I really alot appreciated your effort of seein not only highlighted but also educated people. its verY Nice summery.
Thank you very much.
Thanks for this update, I just thought of the proverb “When a trader gets hold of some good cloth and has taken it to the market, at least 10 bidders will price it before he sells it to the highest bidder. A girl who has never been married is like a cloth in the marketplace.”
Zainobe…in the book and decided to Google through… it’s been amazing I read this book in 1994. Thanks so much blessing, I appreciate.
Glad to hear it!
That’s an interesting summary keep it up Dear I really enjoy reading the novel
I really enjoyed this. Thank you so much
Glad you enjoyed it!
This is precise and accurate. It’s now about 17 years since I read this book. I even forget some scenes but your copious Summary has brought those moments back. Thanks.
Next should be “The gods are not to Blame” if possible.
Oh nice. I will read it and review The gods are not to Blame.
Hi blessing thank you so much for the summary am a young boy in pry 5 I love the summary God will bless your generation
Awwwn. This is so kind. Thank you.
Pls what is the setting of this story