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March 24, 2013
Although I had lived in Nigeria for two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer, I was not introduced to his work until I entered a graduate program at Ohio University. Later I introduced several of his works at Penn State Harrisburg along with other African novelists. I was fortunate to attend one of Professor Achebe's lectures at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. His works had a profound impact on my understanding of Nigeria and its people.
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