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Jagua Nana, une Ibo de la région d’Onitsha, est maintenant établie à Lagos, ville bouillonnante de vie et d’intrigues. Prostituée voluptueuse, Jagua recherche la sécurité dans la fréquentation de l’élite et le plaisir dans celle des boîtes de nuit. Elle est amoureuse de Freddie, un jeune instituteur qu’elle aide à payer des études de droit à Londres. Pendant l’absence de Freddie, leur vie prend des directions différentes et à son retour, ils se retrouvent dans deux camps politiques adverses.

Founded in 1962, the AWS created a forum for many post-independence African writers, and provided texts that African universities could use to address the colonial bias then prominent in the teaching of literature. The books were designed for classroom use, printed solely in paperback to make them affordable for African students. London and in various African cities. The idea of the series came from Heinemann executive Alan Hill, who « recognised that the nascent post-colonial publishing industry was not supporting the growth of original African literature ». After a fairly successful beginning, the series faced difficulties that mirrored those that faced the continent. By the mid-1980s, Heinemann published only one or two new titles a year, and much of the back catalogue fell out of print. By the early 1990s, however, the series began to revive—having recently branched into new work, republishing originally locally released texts, and releasing translated works.

The AWS was relaunched by Pearson Education in 2011. Burning Grass: a story of the Fulani of Northern Nigeria. An anthology compiled and edited by Richard Rive. The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa the African.

Quartet: New voices from South Africa. Short stories by Alex La Guma, James Matthews, Richard Rive and Alf Wannenburgh. Origin East Africa: a Makerere anthology devised and edited by David Cook. The Imprisonment of Obatala, and other plays.

The Origin of Life and Death: African creation myths. Short East African Plays in English: Ten plays in English. Originally published: Nigerian Printing and Publishing, 1959. A Walk in the Night and other stories. Not Yet Uhuru: the autobiography of Oginga Odinga.

With a foreword by Kwame Nkrumah. The Old Man and the Medal. Translated by John Reed from the French Le vieux nègre et la médaille. Awoonor, Kofi and Adali, Mortty, G.

The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born. Letters to Martha: and other poems from a South African prison. The Wedding of Zein, and other stories. Translated by Denys Johnson-Davies from the Arabic, and illustrated by Ibrahim Salahi.