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Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by EmperorShizzy: 11:11pm On Nov 10, 2019
Longman6:

Yes I do.
Sorry to break into your conversation but please Send them to my mail.
Mrshizzyboy@gmail.com
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by EmperorShizzy: 11:11pm On Nov 10, 2019
sammyfrosh:

I have the English pdf version, I can give you if you want it wink
Do you still do? If yes Send it to my mail
Mrshizzyboy@gmail.com
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by sinaj(f): 9:55am On Nov 11, 2019
Dyoungstar:



Please send to me too, everything you have.

midyoungstar@gmail.com

Thanks.
sorry I dont have them again
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by patwilly(m): 9:21pm On Nov 16, 2019
I'm looking for this novel, "OUR DEAD SPEAK " by Edmund Chukwuemeka Chieke Uzodinma. Had a copy in my teens but lost it. I'm willing to pay a fair sum to get it. thanks.
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by duduade: 6:07pm On Nov 17, 2019
Longman6:


Yes I do.

Please forward to email o


Dundunade@gmail.com

Thank u
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by Jblaiseboy(m): 8:05pm On Nov 17, 2019
Please who has soft copies of any African novels ...help a brother
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by pabon(m): 3:31pm On Aug 04, 2020
Cleo18:


I read the book titled WHEN A CHILD IS MOTHERLESS by Andrew Okogba when I was in primary school and cried a lot while reading it

Again, I read it while in secondary school and also cried.

No book has ever made me cry like that book did.

I should read it again.
Did any of you read it please?
Do you have the pdf or epub?
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by Nobody: 6:37am On Nov 07, 2020
Jblaiseboy:
Please who has soft copies of any African novels ...help a brother
If you do get, please give a mention. Thanks.
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by Ndipe(m): 6:52am On Nov 08, 2020
Memory lane. How wonderful.
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by Benjamin08(m): 10:45am On Dec 13, 2020
Please I need someone to give me a link to download african novel please. PLease mention me if you have [color=#990000][/color][b][/b]
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by kinah(f): 9:27am On Dec 22, 2020
@Ishilove
@sinaj
Please if you still have the collection of these African classic
Kindly send soft copy to
adetitigold@gmail.com

Would appreciate it
Thanks

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Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by sylve11: 2:32pm On Jun 09
Ishilove:
Truly a walk down memory lane. Social media has effed up so many things cry


I swearrrrr. sad cool
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by sylve11: 2:37pm On Jun 09
naptu2:


Aha! We are in the information age! There's now a Wikipedia article about Kokoro. It's not very detailed, but it gives you an idea of who he was.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kokoro_(musician)


Quite different from the Kokoro you've been talking about. cool
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by sylve11: 2:38pm On Jun 09
Samguine:
I've got soft copies of Things Fall Apart and No longer At Ease by Achebe, The Famished Road (Ben Okri) and I'm willing to share. Hard copies of The Passport of Mallam Ilia, The New Man, Toads for Supper, The Concubine... I don't know how that can be shared smiley

I guess this thread can be an avenue where lovers of classics can share with one another.


Please share me. cool
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by naptu2: 2:41pm On Jun 09
sylve11:



Quite different from the Kokoro you've been talking about. cool

It's the same. Nairaland truncated the link (you can see that it ends after the under score). You need to copy the link and paste it in the address bar in your browser.
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by naptu2: 2:43pm On Jun 09
Sylve11

Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by kinah(f): 3:02pm On Jun 09
Samguine:
I've got soft copies of Things Fall Apart and No longer At Ease by Achebe, The Famished Road (Ben Okri) and I'm willing to share. Hard copies of The Passport of Mallam Ilia, The New Man, Toads for Supper, The Concubine... I don't know how that can be shared smiley

I guess this thread can be an avenue where lovers of classics can share with one another.


Share with me too
Adetitigold@gmail.com
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by sylve11: 5:50pm On Jun 09
naptu2:


It's the same. Nairaland truncated the link (you can see that it ends after the under score). You need to copy the link and paste it in the address bar in your browser.


Okay boss. Thanks. cool
Re: Nairalanders, How Many Of You Remember These Timeless African Classics? by Asiseeit: 8:23pm On Jun 10
Ishilove:


I thought i saw Ralia Odinga grin cheesy

I know I've read this Boyslave book, but each time i try to conjure up the memory, Koku Baboni keeps popping up.

Who also remembers My Father's Daughter by Mabel something?

Boy slave, Shettima. Loved it.

Was kidnapped, taken to the palace of a Sheihk to serve the prince, after a dangerous encounter with Matamba, a daredevil foreman that attacked the prince. He saved the prince. The princess fell in love with him but he preferred her servant.

Love these books . I've visited countless bookshops looking for them without success

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