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How Chinua Achebe's Most Famous Novel Was Almost Lost For Good
"[The] English typists to whom the author sent his manuscript [of Things Fall Apart] in the late 1950s dismissed it 'as a joke.' ... It's important to remember that that manuscript, which was handwritten, was 'the only manuscript in the entire world'." Slate 03/22/13
Posted March 22, 2013 10:53 AM




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