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In this photo taken, Saturday, April. 27, 2013, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, speaks to Associated press during an interview in Lagos, Nigeria. The heat, the sweat and the daily tragedy of unclaimed bodies lying alongside roadways, passers by hurrying past for fear of someone else's misfortune becoming entangled in their own. Yet Adichie, like her new book's heroine, finds herself straddled between a life in the United States and one in Nigeria, where even seemingly innocuous comments on hair care and wigs can stir resentment.
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"I'm writing about where I care about, and I deeply, deeply care about Nigeria," Adichie says. "Nigeria is the country that most infuriates me, and it is the country I love the most. I think when you're emotionally invested in a place as a storyteller, it becomes organic."
Despite that, her writing hits a nerve with Nigerian readers who identify with the descriptions of church worship services focused on getting foreign visas and the nervous wives of rich men in a nation notorious for philandering. Adichie describes herself as looking "at the world through Nigerian eyes," but she doesn't hold back on criticizing its culture that fosters widespread government corruption.
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That sense of place runs throughout "" make sure to stress the fourth syllable, says the daughter of a university professor and a university registrar. It's a term people use to describe the accents carried by some of the Nigerians now returning in droves to the country after it embraced an uneasy democracy after years of military rule. While oil and gas money continues to flow and other business opportunities abound, the nation's universities now sit in shambles, graduating more unqualified students than can be offered jobs. "It was the dictatorships and all that's associated with them. The '80s and '90s were dark ages of sorts for Nigeria."
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It's that period where "" finds its beginning. Though dismissing the idea of being a "dutiful daughter of literary conventions," Adichie roots her new novel in the vagaries and murmured promises of a love story. "" also focuses largely on the slim percentage of Nigerians able to afford diesel generators in a country largely without electricity and who look at the poor through the chilled air and Gucci Belt Replica Amazon
"I think there's just this wonderful flowering that's happening," she says.
That kind of truth telling isn't exactly welcome, even in a democratic Nigeria. Both come from the Igbo people of Nigeria's southeast, and Achebe's own praise of Adichie graces the cover of her new novel in Nigeria.
Even more controversial, it seems, have been Adichie's comments on natural hair in Nigeria, where many spend huge sums of money on straight banged wigs and weaves known as Indian hair. An online commenter on Twitter asserted that Adichie, whose natural hair sits in buns atop her head, said that those wearing weaves were insecure, sparking controversy. Adichie herself ended up responding to the criticism and gave a recent audience advice on finding hair conditioners with no sulfates.
"Nigeria wasn't set up to succeed, but the extent of its failure is ours. It's our responsibility," she says. "This country is full of so many intelligent people, so much energy, so much potential, so why are Belts Ferragamo we here?"
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