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Chimamanda Adichie Continues AMERICANAH Book Tour | Hits NPR, Arise 360 and Between the Lines with Zadie Smith, Hints on LUPITA NYONG’O as a Choice for Novel Adaptation

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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has been on her AMERICANAH media book tour. She recently hit NPR, Arise 360 Entertainment and Between the Lines with Zadie Smith. Adichie is also a recent winner of the US National Book Critics Circle Award.

In all three interviews, she touches on feminism, and why she wrote AMERICANAH.

-Uduak

NPR – She discusses Feminism, Nigeria’s Anti-Gay Law and her book AMERICANAH

Arise 360 Entertainment

Adichie on Between the Lines with Zadie Smith (It is the perfect audience for her to state and she does in fact state her whole “this is my fuck you book” statement).

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