Colourful Threads in the Nigerian Literary Fabric: A Review of Naija Stories by Unoma Azuah

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  1. Choi!!..This is criticism…One wouldn’t be so keen on reading the book after this… I’d like to think that some of the writers have better works.. This is what growth is about..

    P.S…If a story doesn’t contain the 3E’s does it mean then, that it’s garbage?.. What if entertains and educates but doesn’t expand?.. does it still fall short?..

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    1. Well, this is a critical essay and not an ordinary review…
      If you were to follow all the rules and hope to meet every criteria, trust me, you would discover that you would spend more time editing than writing or worse, not writing at all. Do your best, clean nice as possible, give for editing and enjoy what you can.

      PS: You must not always pass the 3E’s…and those that don’t do are not always garbage – but you must admit, sometimes you find good stuff among garbage. 🙂

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