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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
In conversation with Faith Adiele
June 6, 2013

The award-winning author of Half a Yellow Sun delivers a powerful new story of love and culture clash between two Nigerian friends across several decades and three different continents—keenly observing race, identity, and belonging in today’s globalized world.

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