Also known as: Christina Ama Aidoo
Postwar Period, 1945-1999
Twentieth Century, 1900-1999
Twenty-First Century, 2000-
Feminist Writers, 1900-
Postcolonialism, 20th Century
"I believe that although the human imagination is boundless, it can only ride on the realities of our individual lives.
We dream out of who we are and something of our tangible lives is bound to be part of our writing..."
An interview with Ama Ata Aidoo
Massachusetts Review 36.1 (1995).
In this interview, originally conducted on January 29, 1992, Aidoo discusses her feminist perspective, African nationalism, and the portrayal of African immigrants in her work.
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