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And Achebe in Anthills of the Savannah tries to demasculanize the nation and reveals the corruption, selfishness, and greed associated with the masculine leadership that excludes their feminine counterparts.
Achebe's aesthetic preoccupation with the expansion of the public sphere and good governance finds resonance in the craft of Anthills of the Savannah, where he modifies his previous idea of women--thereby seeing them as political actors and people with a voice capable of changing gender relations through participation in the business of the public sphere.
Even though the whole actions in the last chapter of Anthills of the Savannah adumbrate the denouement of the plot - which is largely the rise of Achebe's new (real) women, the christening of Elewa's daughter, AMAECHINA: May-the-path-never-close by Beatrice is the culmination of this fact:
Goats by the roadside climbed anthills and trees branches.
In ant-dipping, poking a long, thick stick into an anthill can reap great results.
In the exhibit's section devoted to the Carnaval in Laza, Spain, a video shows the strange custom of participants whipping spectators and throwing dirt from anthills at them.
And a seemingly never-ending procession of leafcutter ants tack diagonally across the next spot in the trail on a pheromone-driven mission to and from their monolithic anthills.
Instead of reading "fourmillements" as "a tingling sensation" or as a metaphorical itch, King translates: "I have anthills in my hands" (283, note 379) and finds yet another instance of Stendhal's "evocative, swarming metaphor" (146).
Kids are sponges and love to learn, and they can be fully entertained by giant anthills, animal tracks, and piles of featers.
Achebe, the most famous African writer (Things Fall Apart, of Anchor Books, 1959, 1994, ISBN 0-385-47454-7; Anthills of the Savannah, Anchor Books, 1987, 1988, ISBN 0-385-26045-8), is largely unknown in the villages.
He has, to date, published five novels, namely Things Fall Apart (1958), No Longer at Ease (1960), Arrow of God (1964), A Man of the People (1966) and Anthills of the Savannah (1988).
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