- Author:Peter C. Hogg,Ilse Sternberg
- Publisher:The British Library Publishing Division (January 1, 1990)
- Pages:96 pages
- Subcategory:Writing Research & Publishing Guides
- FB2 format1728 kb
- ePUB format1799 kb
- DJVU format1362 kb
- Formats:lit doc mbr txt
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Market literature from Nigeria: A checklist. by Peter C. Hogg, Ilse Sternberg. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780712301619 (978-0-7123-0161-9) Softcover, British Library, 1990. Learn More at LibraryThing. Peter C. Hogg at LibraryThing. ISBN 9780712301619 (978-0-7123-0161-9) Softcover, The British Library Publishing Division, 1990. Find signed collectible books: 'Market Literature from Nigeria: A Checklist'. Ilse Sternberg at LibraryThing.
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260 London : bBritish Library, cc1990. 300 xx, 125 . p. of plates : bill. maps ; c29 cm. 500 Includes indexes. 596 31 650 0 Nigerian literature (English) xBibliography. A1043579 700 1 Hogg, Peter C. ^A182010 700 1 Sternberg, Ilse. A579356 700 1 Alston, Robin, d1933-2011 ^A913085 916 DATE CATALOGED b19911118.
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Nigerian literature is the literature of Nigeria which is written by Nigerians, for Nigerians and addresses Nigerian issues. Nigerian authors have won numerous accolades, including the Nobel Prize in Literature and the Man Booker.
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Peter describes his reminiscences of life prior to departing Nazi Germany, the World War II era and the post-war years that followed. Five years as a boarder at Prince Edward School in Salisbury followed thereafter (1947–1951) and his experiences at ‘. the largest boy’s high school in the country are vividly described and documented