Anthills of the Savannah


Anthills of the Savannah is a 1987 novel by Nigerian writer Chinua Achebe. It was his fifth novel, first published in the UK 21 years after Achebe's previous one (A Man of the People in 1966), and was credited with having "revived his reputation in Britain".[1] A finalist for the 1987 Booker Prize for Fiction, Anthills of the Savannah has been described as the "most important novel to come out of Africa in the [1980s]".[2]

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