- A MADMAN. Updike, John // New Yorker;12/22/1962, Vol. 38 Issue 44, p34
The article presents the short story "A Madman," by John Updike.
- Madman's Chain. Wright, Gilbert // Saturday Evening Post;11/5/1955, Vol. 228 Issue 19, p26
Presents the short story "Madman's Chain," by Gilbert Wright.
- THE MIRROR AND THE IMAGE: ACHEBE'S 'GIRLS AT WAR' Sarvan, Ponnuthurai // Studies in Short Fiction;Summer77, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p277
Comments on the short story 'Girls at War' of the short story collection 'Girls at War and Other Stories' by Chinua Achebe. Overview of the story; Symbolism of the moral deterioration of a character in the story; Characterization of heroes and villains.
- Literary Contexts in Short Stories: Chinua Achebe's "Dead Man's Path". Pelelo, Ann M. // Literary Contexts in Short Stories: Chinua Achebe's 'Dead Man's ;2006, p1
This essay presents a plot summary and analysis of Chinua Achebe's short story "Dead Man's Path." The essay contextualizes the story through a discussion of historical, societal, religious, scientific and biographical information. "Dead Man's Path" focuses on the clash between Michael Obi, the...
- Foregrounding Achebe's Things Fall Apart: A Postcolonial Study. Maleki, Nasser; Navidi, Maryam // Canadian Social Science;2011, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p10
Chinua Achebe (1930-) took to the writing of novels and short stories in order to instill socio-cultural and historical awareness among his readers which had a subtle under- pattern of great validity in changing the life condition and outlook of men and women with a modicum of consciousness and...
- MADMAN'S LUCK. DUNCAN, NORMAN // Harbor Tales Down North (Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foun;1/1/1918, p5
The short story "Madman's Luck," by Norman Duncan is presented.
- CHAPTER THREE: MAKING MYTH FROM MEMORIES. Baker, Charles // William Faulkner's Postcolonial South;2001, p55
Chapter 3 of the book "William Faulkner's Postcolonial South" is presented. It examines the literary technique called myth from memories used by postcolonial writers to reestablish national or cultural identity. It analyzes the works of authors Chinua Achebe and William Butler Yeats who use...
- African Short Stories. Dasenbrock, Reed Way // World Literature Today;Summer85, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p476
Reviews the book "African Short Stories," edited by Chinua Achebe and C. L. Innes.
- An interview with Chinua Achebe. Samway, P.H. // America;6/22/1991, Vol. 164 Issue 24, p684
Interviews Chinua Achebe, one of Africa's most famous novelists and essayists and former professor of English at the University of Nigeria at Nsukka, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the University of Connecticut at Storrs. Currently writing fiction; Advantages and disadvantages of...