A review of 'The Last Duty' by Isidore Okpewho Most books on war are expected to deal with the physical casualties of war like devastation of.
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The Last Duty has 41 ratings and 1 review. Estelle said: This book digs deep into the realities of life after war. i love that Isidore did not seek to.
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What people are saying - Write a review A novelist, poet, and oral literary scholar, Isidore Okpewho is currently a professor of His Second, The Last Duty (), set in the Nigerian civil war, won the African Arts Prize for Literature. His third.
As far back as , his manuscript for one of his novels won the African Arts prize Professor Isidore Okpewho belongs to the second generation of Nigerian write about civil war in his novel, The Last Duty, in which he criticises the civil war of the war had a devastating effect on all the key characters.
techniques suited to his themes and intention, and used them to brilliant effect. It is difficult to Like most of the other war novels, The Last Duty presents the physical Isidore Okpewho, The Last Duty (London: Longman, ) 3. All other .