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Sankofa is a simple, beautifully written book .It is very compelling book. It’s the story of Anna Bain, a mixed-race British lady who, at the age of 48, finds that her father, Francis Aggrey, a man she never met, is alive and well in Bamana, West Africa, following the death of her mother.

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NameSankofa
AuthorChibundu Onuzo
CategoryFiction
Pages304
LanguageEnglish
PublisherCatapult
FormatPDF, ePUB
Link Status ✅ Active
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Sankofa by Chibundu Onuzo PDF Summary

Anna Bain was her single mother’s only kid. Anna is black in every sense of the word in the United States. Anna’s mother is white and had an affair in college with a black student from a small African nation.

After the man left, Anna’s mother discovered she was pregnant. Anna believes her mother did a poor job of parenting her since she is black. Her mother did not believe that race should have a role in Anna’s personal development.

Anna never felt like she had discovered her people or her tribe. Whites recognized her as black, but blacks recognized her as mixed.

Anna is looking through her mother’s belongings when she comes upon her biological father’s diary. Her mother has never told her anything about him, so she is curious. She chooses to visit the fictitious  African nation after reading his journal entries in order to meet him.

The book takes up as she reaches in Bamana. As Anna reflects on her life, we discover more about her. She’s white and an outcast in Bamana. She is still self-conscious about her multiracial identity.

She makes an effort to find more about her biological father. Onuzo does an excellent job of illustrating the contrasting sentiments, problems, and ideas of multiracial persons via Anna’s observations.

Anna’s inner progress is the most interesting aspect of the narrative. Yes, we have the ability to modify and better ourselves.

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  • “Not even crocodiles eat their young…papa takes care of his children.”
  • “Even now after all he’s done, I’m still waiting for his attention.”
  • “A sense of rightness, a sense of self. It was nothing when you had it. You hardly noticed. But once it was missing, it was like a sliver of fruit on a long sea voyage, the difference between bleeding gums and survival.”

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About The Author: Chibundu Onuzo

Chibundu Onuzo was born in Lagos, Nigeria and lives in London. A Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and regular contributor to The Guardian, she is the winner of a Betty Trask Award, has been shortlisted for the Dylan Thomas Prize, the Commonwealth Book Prize, and the RSL Encore Award, and has been longlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize and Etisalat Literature Prize. She is the author of Welcome to Lagos, and Sankofa is her third novel.

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