logo
Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code
Changes: A Love Story - Ama Ata Aidoo, Tuzyline Allan, Tuzyaline Jita Allan
Changes: A Love Story
by: (author) (author) (author)
3.10 25
Changes explores the complex world in which the lives of professional working women have changed sharply, but the cultural assumptions of men’s lives have not. Witty and compelling, Aidoo’s novel, according to Manthia Diawara, "inaugurates a new realist style in African literature.""Aidoo writes... show more
Changes explores the complex world in which the lives of professional working women have changed sharply, but the cultural assumptions of men’s lives have not. Witty and compelling, Aidoo’s novel, according to Manthia Diawara, "inaugurates a new realist style in African literature.""Aidoo writes with intense power in a novel that, in examining the role of women in modern African society, also sheds light on women’s problems around the globe."—Publishers Weekly (starred review)Suggested for course use in:African literatureAfrican studiesFamily StudiesAma Ata Aidoo, one of Ghana’s most distinguished writers, is the author of two other works of fiction, Our Sister Killjoy and No Sweetness Here (The Feminist Press), as well as plays, poems, and children’s books. Tuzyline Jita Allan is associate professor of English at Baruch College, CUNY.
show less
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781558610651 (1558610650)
ASIN: 1558610650
Publisher: The Feminist Press at CUNY
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
Bookstores:
Community Reviews
Merle
Merle rated it
3.0 Changes by Ama Ata Aidoo
This is an interesting novella from a Ghanaian feminist author. I made the mistake of taking the subtitle (“A Love Story”) seriously, and so wasn’t prepared for the heavy material it actually contains – professional women struggling to find contentment in a society that retains traditional, conserva...
Buried In Print
Buried In Print rated it
0.0 Changes: A Love Story
This review was deleted following Amazon's purchase of GoodReads. The review can still be viewed via LibraryThing, where my profile can be found here.I'm also in the process of building a database at Booklikes, where I can be found here.If you read/liked/clicked through to see this review here on GR...
Meandering Em's
Meandering Em's rated it
3.0
The book was written to show the changes in African women since colonialism officially ended. My perspective is that the changes have not improved the situation women face. The main character, Esi, is completely unsympathetic. In order to advance her career, she divorces her first husband and neg...
Other editions (6)
Books by Ama Ata Aidoo
Books by Tuzyline Allan
Books by Tuzyaline Jita Allan
On shelves
Share this Book
Need help?