Kehinde

Kehinde

Book - 1994
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Kehinde is a Nigerian woman, unsure of herself, not quite certain she has the right to be happy. With her husband, Albert, she has made a home in London, and has a promising career when Albert decides they should return to Nigeria. Kehinde is loath to do so, and joins him later, reluctantly, only to discover that he has taken a second, younger wife. Her years in England have left Kehinde unwilling and unprepared to reembrace Nigerian social mores; and unable to accept the situation, she returns to London.

Publisher: Oxford ; Portsmouth, NH, USA : Heinemann, c1994
ISBN: 9780435909857
0435909851
Characteristics: 144 p. ; 20 cm

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