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Summary Of A Woman In Her Prime Novel By Asare Konadu
Samuel Asare Konadu 18 January — was a Ghanaian journalist, novelist and publisher, who also wrote under the pseudonym Kwabena Asare Bediako. In he was sent abroad by the government to study in London and at Strasbourg University , joining the Ghana News Agency on his return to Ghana in Konadu's narrative strategy is considered unique among his Ghanaian contemporaries at the time that three stylistic features were notable in Ghanaian prose fiction. According to Charles Angmor, one being the "simple plot with simple character" and the other being the "intricate plot and character". The third was identified as "a very simple plot and a very simple characterization, with a didactic moral twist". Konadu's works contained two or more of these strategies. He had already written and published two books before that time, one of which called Come Back Dora sold fifty thousand copies and brought him into the limelight.
A woman in her prime
Samuel Asare Konadu , a Ghanian publisher and novelist who wrote many novels. It was the 40th novel in the African Writers Series, and his other novel Ordained by the Oracle was the 55th 2. The opening chapter skillfully draws drama from a simple situation. It is the appointed day for sacrifice to the god Tano, but Pokuwaa is running late. She washes herself, rubs her skin with shea cream, and purifies herself with white clay powder, then looks for the black hen she means to sacrifice.